Example of plywood quality influence the ability to cut through it with a laser

Lately, there have been some questions regarding power settings and number of passes to be able to cut through plywood. Often it was pointed out that there is really a lot of difference between plywood, even in the same small piece. Here is a clear example of what it looks like in real life. I bought and saw a large plate in sizes that fit my K40. Variations within such a small area can be from 1 lap to 4 laps and more. Anything over 3 turns I choose not to use because there is too much work afterwards and they do not fit as well anymore.


Fantastic demonstration showing not all plywoods are equal… even in the same piece!

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