The 10W Laser Module is equipped with the most cutting-edge laser beam splitters, effecting a power leap from 5W to 10W. This means you can now play with a wider variety of materials and hammer out more projects.
Meanwhile, the work speed of the 10W Laser Module can be as high as 6000 mm/min, while cutting through basswoods as thick as 8 mm. To put that into perspective, the cutting speed is up to 8 times that of the 1.6W Laser Module. It can literally fulfill a laser job in a blink of an eye.
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1.6W and 10W Laser Comparison
 This is a class 4 laser product. You should always operate the 10W Laser Module with the Snapmaker 2.0 Enclosure covered and wear laser safety goggles. Snapmaker shall not be held responsible for any consequences caused by improper use of this product.
 Note that you need to perform two cutting passes in order to cut through an 8 mm basswood. The maximum cutting depth per pass for basswood is 5 mm.
 The data are obtained based on the 1.5 mm basswoods. Depending on your material, the cutting speed and depth might vary.
 This feature applies to flat and regularly shaped materials. Materials that are transparent, highly reflective or of red and black color might not be applicable.
 This data is obtained under the condition of typical laser use, and is for reference only. Depending on how each individual users use this product, the data will differ.