Celebrate Christmas creatively with GCC LaserPro! Customize holiday decorations using the advanced S400 laser engraving machine for unique, festive designs.
It’s the perfect time to unleash your creativity for the coming Halloween! The GCC LaserPro Application Lab will demonstrate customized laser engraving and coloring applications for Halloween-themed products.
Explore the art of tumbler customization with GCC LaserPro S400 engraver. Discover how to achieve high-quality laser engraving on various materials, adding value to products for unique preferences.
Effective and efficient PCB prototyping process: you will be able to conduct PCB testing within half an hour of layout modification and thus waste no time waiting for deliveries from PCB manufacturers.
PA Material product portfolio includes the access card, key fob, magnet hook for training center and NFC related application.
The technology used to mark an item is 2D Data Matrix ECC 200 Symbol. UID marking can be used to ensure data integrity and data quality throughout an item's lifecycle; it also supports multi-faceted business applications.
E200 desktop laser engraver is GCC LaserPro professional-grade desktop laser engraving machine, containing advanced functions with user-friendly design and excellent artwork presented.
GCC LaserPro application laboratory uses fiber product line (S400, GLS Hybrid, S290, and StellarMark I series) to demonstrate processing of fiber laser on plastic materials for you.
Nonwoven fabric is a fabric-like material made from long fibers, bonded together by chemical, mechanical, heat or solvent treatment.
The GCC LaserPro Application Lab characterizes another packaging project by using EPE (Expanded Polyethylene), a material with exceptional elasticity and impact strength that is widely used in protective packaging.
Engraving is the most common technique of laser processing. To ensure high engraving quality, a remarkable color contrast must be presented after the material is engraved.
The effect of engraving dithering patterns by engraving several patterns on acrylic sheets to reveal image effects of different pattern types.