Just as the name suggests, deep engraving entails increasing the surface depth of the work piece during fabrication. More depth can be achieved either by increasing the number of runs on the surface, the density of energy, or both. The layers will be removed progressively, with each laser pass leading to a deeper cut Going deep is the surest way of increasing visibility or contrast of the features in a precision laser engraving process. The method can be used on 2D and 3D projects, making precise removals that cannot be achieved by any mechanical means.
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