ATOMSTACK laser engraving and cutting machines to develop your projects

Deepak Gupta July 21, 2022
Updated 2022/07/21 at 7:40 PM

DIY projects (do it yourself) can be, in addition to a way to occupy time, a way to get some extra money at the end of the month. Creativity can lead to incredible projects and today we suggest two laser machines that allow you to engrave and cut various materials.

Suggestions are available for prices below €200.


This machine is already slightly cheaper, but maintains working compatibility with most of the indicated materials. If you work with any differentiated material, consult the technical specifications of the machine.

It has an operating power of 40W and the laser diode power ranges from 5 to 5.5W. The laser wavelength is 455±5nm and the accuracy is 0.01mm.

The working area of ​​the ATOMSTACK A5 Pro laser engraving and cutting machine is 410 x 400 mm.

THE ATOOMSTACK A5 Pro laser engraver is currently on sale, available for just €179.99. Shipping is done from a European warehouse, with no additional delivery charges.



The ATOMSTACK P7 machine already has a smaller working dimension, 200 x 200 mm, however, it is more versatile and can be fixed in more convenient spaces, and can even work positioned at an angle of up to 20º.

It has an operating power of 40W and the laser diode power ranges from 5 to 5.5W. The laser wavelength is 455±5nm and the accuracy is 0.02mm. Note that both are fixed focus.

Allows you to laser engrave an area of ​​410 x 420 mm on numerous materials. Wood, cardboard, plastic, ceramics and shale, among others, stand out. The list of cutting materials is slightly different, which includes wood, acrylic, cardboard, bamboo, fabric, KT board and plastic board, cutting wood up to 10 mm.

THE ATOOMSTACK P7 laser engraver is available for just €198.40, a promotional price and limited to existing stock. Also in this case, the shipment is made from a European warehouse, with fast and free delivery.


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