Multi-level testing system.
The guaranteed duration of the continuous operation ~48-72 hours.
True continuous power output
Our products have the rated power output as advertised – unlike Chinese analogues.
Can be turned on and off with 3.5-24V.
Variable power output.
Plug and play
Universal and compatible mount.
Compatible with most 3D printers and CNC machines.
Friendly return policy
Do not like the laser?
Simply return within 30 days and get a full refund.
Endurance lasers can engrave on all metals with and without special engraving paste.
Super abilities of an Endurance 10 watt laser: engraving on steel, stainless steel, glass, ceramics and anodized aluminum
About laser engraving and anodized aluminum. + (Using Dry Lube Moly)
Engraving on anodized aluminum using 8,5 watt+ PRO Endurance laser
Read a personal story about anodized metal etching by Markus Geßner.
Full guidance about engraving on anodized aluminum
How I engrave anodized aluminum:
Take the piece you want to engrave and color it in a dark watercolor from a paintbox. In this example I took a dark blue.
Don’ make the surface too wet or too much light/dark mixed. Not good.
This way is much better:)
While the color dries prepare your Image or Vectorgraphic for the geode and save the file. I took Aspire to make it – Inkscape can do the job as well.
I always check my gcode-file before I start. Here you can see and check wheather everything is fine or not.
I choose : Movespeed 3000
and Z height is (accidentially) 1 should be zero for perfect focus – so I gave command G92 Z1 to set the height before I started.
Adjust focus on the right height for the surface of the shield and start engraving.
NEVER FORGET PROTECTION GLASSES
My logo has a size of roundabout 60x20mm – so it took only 4minutes.
When the job is done – wash off the remaining color. Here we go – finished 🙂
Using Dry Moly Lube for engraving (marking) stainless steel using the Endurance 10W Diode Laser by Florian Kelsch
Using Dry Moly Lube for engraving (marking) stainless steel using the Endurance 10W Diode Laser
You can get the Dry Moly Lube on many different platforms. It should not matter which brand you are buying. I’ve got mine from E-Bay.
First of all you simply spray a layer of the Dry Moly Lube at the piece of stainless steel and let it dry (takes only a couple of seconds to dry)
Pattern: Crosshatch (bidirectional)
Flood Fill and scanning shapes individual (one letter at a time)
After the job finished, the stainless steel should look something like this:
Guidance to use Dry Moly Lube – by Florian Kelsch
Now you should clean it with some cleaning alcohol (I’m using Nail Polish remover, like isopropanol 99.9%)
After cleaning it usually looks like this:
You can’t see it on the photos but the Finish after polishing the stainless steel is pretty nice looking.
The Letters are pretty shiny.
I’ve also tried the Dry Moly Lube on a brass medal. The outcome was okay but I didn’t expected the Laser to engrave directly into the brass itself. Need to do more tests with plain brass plates. Will keep you updated.
Video footage by Graham Ham about engraving on stainless steel