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Why Full Spectrum

When shopping for a new laser engraver, we're sure you have many questions and we know you have many options. Full Spectrum Laser's goal is to give you the best machine that will do the job at the best possible price and support.

Generally there are two other types of companies that may have similar machines:

  • Very expensive machines.  These are often 3-4x the cost of Full Spectrum Laser products. These are sold through dealer networks and your primary contact is an independent salesperson. Much of the additional expense comes from the cost of not selling direct. Even with the 3-4x higher cost, there are usually many required items that you need to buy that are included standard on a Full Spectrum machine such as the cutting table, air compressor and air exhaust fan. In addition, replacement consumable parts such as laser tubes, lenses, mirrors and bearing tend to be 10x the replacement cost of similar parts from Full Spectrum Laser. Full Spectrum laser sells a wide range of products starting below $2000 for our hobby laser to more expensive $20,000+ projector style scanning galvo fiber lasers. At the end of the day, you want to get the job done. By having a Full Spectrum of different products, FSL can offer you the best tool for your job.  Ask for a demonstration and cost analysis from a Full Spectrum specialist to fit your needs. 
  • Companies with similar or slightly lower pricing. These companies are usually 1 or 2 man operations having no technical support with no physical office space operating out their house or mailbox forwarder. Often these machines are imported from questionable quality factories, never quality inspected inside the USA, sold with no support and the seller knows nothing about the machine. Often times these companies have been business for less than a year and are run by staff with no engineering degrees.  Low cost imported machines may use inferior software, electronics and optics to save costs.