The ATOMSTACK M50 module uses two 5W laser modules combined into 10W laser power, which can cut 8.5cm wood, which is a very remarkable progress.
The light spot of Atomstack M50 can be compressed to an area of 0.08*0.15mm, and adopts double compression light coupling technology, which enables more precise engraving even when engraving metal, and the pattern is clear and clear. It can reach 1100 degrees Celsius when working with a laser.
It’s worth mentioning that, in terms of safety, ATOMSTACK began experimenting with adding gyroscopes to laser modules this year. Now it seems that their company has done a good job. It is certain that this new M50 will have a gyroscope inside. If the inclination angle of the engraving machine exceeds 20°, then the machine will stop working, which must be an excellent protection measure.
We noticed that the body of this machine is made of aerospace aluminum with a cooling fan that automatically cools the machine, ensuring efficient operation. You can use it for CNC cutting, laser engraving and many other things.
Even better, many people may ask, can such a powerful laser module only be used on Atomstack’s own engraving machine equipment? The answer is no, the M50 can match most of the laser engraving machines on the market, including Ortur, Neje, Twotrees and many other brands.
ATOMSTACK P9 M50
The P series is a cantilevered design, and it is a great success with the P7 M40. After all, there are still many users who prefer small devices. Small devices in the traditional sense usually mean low performance and cheapness. But you may have to break the traditional thinking, this time the ATOMSTACK P9 M50 is really powerful.
The ATOMSTACK P9 M50 has a modular design that users can install in less than 5 minutes. Portability and ease of use are its distinguishing features.
I would say that this model is probably the most powerful portable laser engraver on the market today, and the most powerful frame mount model is undoubtedly the ATOMSTACK S10 Pro. This is mainly because they are all equipped with the M50 dual laser source module, which couples two 5W laser sources into one 10W light source, and coupled with the compressed spot technology, it can easily cut 20mm wood and 15mm acrylic. In addition, its engraving ability on metal surfaces has been enhanced.
I think offline work will become more and more popular among consumers, as long as all the files that need to be worked are copied to the TF card, and then the engraving task can be controlled through the touch screen. Of course, the premise is that we also need to install LaserGRBL or Lightburn software on the computer. We first import the image format into the software, and then export the engraving or cutting file, because the laser engraving machine can only recognize the processed engraving file.
In terms of precision, with an engraving spot of 0.06*0.06mm², the P9 M50 allows you to mark on different materials such as metal, ceramic and alumina.