Frequency controls the rate at which the laser pulses or fires. The frequency setting determines how many laser pulses are fired per second and affects the level of detail and precision of the engraving.
The laser pulses created by the fiber laser engraver are extremely fast, typically in the nanosecond range. By controlling the frequency of these pulses, the engraver can create different levels of intensity and accuracy. A higher frequency results in more laser pulses per second, which allows for a higher level of precision when engraving fine details or intricate patterns. Higher frequencies also generate more heat per unit time, making it more likely to heat and possibly warp the material.
Overall, the frequency setting on a fiber laser engraver is an important parameter that can greatly affect the quality and speed of the engraving or cutting process.
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