The furniture industry has a very diverse range of landing scenarios, not only in our home environments but also in office environments, public environments and so on. In furniture manufacturing, the choice of materials is equally rich, including traditional wood, stone, and metal, as well as emerging new composite materials. Laser processing technology plays an important role in the furniture manufacturing industry with its advantages of high precision and high speed.
Laser Applications in Different Scenarios
1.Laser equipment in the home environment
Traditional wooden furniture is known for its elaborate carvings and intricate patterns. However, modern minimalist furniture styles place more emphasis on soft lines and simple shapes. To meet this demand, modern processing technology is particularly important.
Among these is the use of CO2 laser cutting machines for veneer cutting with their ability to cut precise lines and control automation, providing fineness patterns for furniture manufacturing. Whether it’s complex traditional patterns or smooth modern lines, CO2 laser cutters can handle it with ease.
In addition, CO2 laser marking machines are widely used for marking a variety of hard, non-metallic materials. In furniture manufacturing, it can mark beautiful symbols and patterns on a variety of materials such as wooden floors, slate, ceramics and more. This technology not only improves production efficiency but also makes furniture more personalized.
2.Laser equipment in the office environment
In the office environment, furniture is composed of different materials depending on the office style, but the overall efficiency emphasizes the connection between different materials. Glass is a common material used in offices, not only for large area applications but also for branding. Laser marking of glass helps to enhance the brand and build a good image.
The 2D laser cutting series is mainly used for cutting metal plates with average thicknesses from 0.5 mm to 16 mm with open structure, superior performance, stability and cost-effectiveness. It is used for cutting carbon steel plates, stainless steel plates, aluminum alloy plates, copper plates, and other metals in thin plate cutting. It can meet the processing needs of materials of different materials and thicknesses, realizing efficient and precise processing results.
3.Laser equipment in public environments
In public environments, furniture is often made of metal due to the large number of users and the complexity of the environment. Chairs, tables, handrails, washbasins, etc. in public environments need to be strong and durable and are usually made of metal and composite materials.
Intelligent laser tube cutting machines are used in a variety of material processing locations, such as the production of sports stands, seats and other facilities. Whether it’s a thin part that needs to be cut with high precision or a standard part that needs to be mass-produced, intelligent laser tube cutting equipment to complete processing tasks quickly and accurately.
As a leader in automated production, Han’s Laser Robotics has a wide range of products including collaborative robots, mobile manipulation robots, AGVs, SCARAs and servo drives. These robots can be combined with laser processing equipment to form automated production lines. These lines reduce costs, increase processing efficiency and make utility production processes more efficient, accurate and reliable.
Laser technology has many applications in the furniture industry, and most materials can apply laser processing technology as the underlying manufacturing technology. Hans Laser’s laser+ automation solutions can keep pace with technological development and reflect the latest technological face of furniture industry manufacturing.