Let’s take a detailed look at all the features of the Atomstack S20 Pro machine.
Atomstack pioneered laser cutting technology by being the first of its kind. It is the world's first quad-core diode laser. Equipped with quad-core four-beam lasers, aggregated into a single 20W super laser.
Powerful cutting ability
The Atomstack S20 Pro is no toy for the little ones. With this tool, you can accomplish many things in your home. If you are someone who has high demands on wood cutting then it might also help you.
The S20 Pro is capable of cutting 12mm solid wood in one pass. Not only wood, you can also cut 8mm acrylic and 0.5mm sheet metal in One-PASS.
Large engraving area
If you want to engrave a design on a wood or metal plate, then you can easily engrave it because the machine provides you with a large engraving area. You can engrave an area of 400×400 mm at a time. The engraving area can be extended to 400*850mm through the S20 extension shaft.
If you are an artist or designer, this machine can be very useful in bringing your designs into the real world in physical form.
Built-in Air Assist Kit
This quad-core diode laser machine comes with a powerful built-in air assist kit, allowing you to work smoothly without any hindrance. So you can cut continuously without dust or dirt stopping you.
Can be engraved offline
This machine comes with an independent operation terminal. The terminal can control the engraving machine without a mobile phone or a computer. You can engrave without connecting to a computer.
Panoramic filter coated glass
Nature has given you eyes, which is one of the best gifts for you to live a good life. In any case, you never want to hurt your eyes. Panoramic light filter coated glass in the machine prevents injury to your eyes and eliminates the potential hazard of acrylic burning.
Atomstack S20 Pro supports multiple systems and file formats
You can connect the machine to devices powered by operating systems such as Linux, Mac OS or Windows to engrave your designs.
You can use any file format in JPG, SVG, PNG, DXF, TIF, BMP, PDF or NG in your machine's application.