Capturing Beauty in Every Detail: Laser Engraving Ceramic with ComMarker B4

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Step into the world of refined craftsmanship and artistic intricacy with the ComMarker B4 Laser Engraving Machine. This essay sheds light on the nuanced process of laser engraving, placing special emphasis on the introduction and mastery of parameters. Our exploration delves deep into the artistry of etching captivating pictures onto ceramic surfaces, showcasing the ComMarker B4’s ability to marry technology with creativity. As we unveil the enchantment within each engraved detail, our focus remains on the pivotal role played by meticulously set parameters, elevating the art of ceramic engraving to new heights. Join us on this journey where the ComMarker B4 transforms ceramic canvases, and parameters become the brushstrokes defining precision in every laser-engraved masterpiece.

Basic information:

Software Lightburn
Machine ComMarker B4 Mopa Fiber Laser
Laser Module Output Power 60W
Material Used Ceramic
Material Info Ceramic tile
Making Time(mins) 10


Process Method Image
Process Material Ceramic tile
Speed(mm/s) 1000
Max Power(%)  40
Pass 1
Line space 0.05
Dot width Enable
Dot width 0.06
Mode Jarvis
Frequency 130
Q-pulse Width 30
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Step 1: Input the Picture

Begin by uploading the image you wish to engrave into the software. Ensure the file is compatible with the engraving system.

Step 2: Set the Parameters

If you’re familiar with the parameters required for the engraving, go ahead and input them. Alternatively, conduct a test engraving (Grim Test) to determine the optimal settings. Adjust the parameters based on the results of the test.

Step 3: Preview and Adjust

Using the red light preview feature, project the engraving onto the object. Adjust the size and position directly on the object itself using the red light guide within the workspace. Ensure the image is aligned precisely where you want it before proceeding to the next step.

This ensures a physical preview through the red light, allowing for real-time adjustments on the object before starting the laser engraving process.

Step 4: Start Laser Engraving

Once satisfied with the preview and settings, press the engrave button to initiate the laser engraving process. Ensure that all safety protocols are followed during the engraving operation.

Remember to consult the specific user manual or guidelines provided by the laser engraving machine manufacturer for any additional details or safety precautions.


In the realm of laser engraving with the ComMarker B4, technology intertwines seamlessly with creativity. The 60W Mopa laser module, guided by Lightburn software, transforms ceramic tiles into canvases for artistic expression. Parameters stand as silent architects, determining depth and intricacy in each engraved detail. Our step-by-step guide, from image upload to a red light preview, ensures precision in every step. The ComMarker B4, with its meticulous parameter control, becomes an artist’s tool, delicately etching images onto ceramic surfaces. This marriage of technology and human touch yields laser-engraved masterpieces, capturing beauty in every detail. As a celebration of artistic finesse, this journey inspires those venturing into laser engraving, where each stroke is a testament to the harmonious dance between machine and imagination.

Design Files:

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About David Lee

Hello, I'm David Lee, I'm a passionate and creative professional commercial Laser Engraver and marking specialist with a wealth of experience and a wide range of knowledge. Overthe past 10 years, I have focused on Laser Engraver and marking solutions for various commercial projects.l am sensitive to new technologies and design trends ,constantly seeking the best Laser Engraver and marking experience

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