What are the classifications of dot matrix laser machines? How to do it?

  Laser lattice is divided into CO2 laser tube (commonly known as glass tube) and radio frequency tube.

  The glass tube is cooled by water. The RF tube is air-cooled and waterless, and the RF tube is recommended here for the following reasons.

  These two kinds of energy can generally be divided into 30W, 40W, 60W. Actually there is no difference. The minimum and maximum energies are fixed. Here, it’s just the difference between dividing one hundred into 30, 40, and 60. Therefore, it is recommended to choose 60W here, so that there will be no sudden increase in energy and damage to the skin.

  The most important role of laser dot matrix is ​​to remove scars, freckle, privacy, and cutting. Here different functions use different bald heads.

  Scar and freckle removal generally corresponds to the dot matrix mode, and the optical head used disperses the entire light into the size pattern of the area to be treated for treatment. Here, the focal spots generated by the glass tube will spread to each other, while the focal spots generated by the RF tube are like holes one by one. The effect is better than the RF tube.

  Do privacy mode and vaginal mode on the instrument corresponding to privacy, and then privacy is equipped with three exit heads and a conical reflector. This needs to be replaced depending on the manufactured part. Here we still need to use the optical head in dot matrix mode for astigmatism processing.

  The cut corresponds to the pulse mode on the instrument. There is a separate cutting head here, no need for diffused light.

  Because the interference of each element in the dot matrix meter is relatively large, there is no point matrix plus any two-in-one meter. I have seen some eyebrow washing machines before that are dot matrix. So, just a reminder.

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