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  1. The device is a 10W TS2 laser engraving machine
  2. It has an automatic focus adjustment
  3. It can engrave on a variety of materials, including stainless steel
  4. The set includes the device, acrylic board, plywood and other elements
  5. Assembly is simple, the instructions are clear and pictorial
  6. The device requires connection to a computer and power supply
  7. The engraving machine has many protections, such as guards and sensors
  8. You can configure the sharpness and other settings in LIGHTBURN
  9. The device can work with a memory card or connected to a computer
  10. Engraving examples include various materials such as wood and stainless steel
  11. The engraving machine has a large engraving area and high accuracy.
Installation of the TS2 laser engraving machine with 10W power. 🔧

In this video you will see a presentation and test of the TWO TRESS laser engraving machine model TS2 with automatic Y-axis adjustment , the power of this diode laser is up to 10 W. I invite you to watch. The TS2 engraving machine can be used to engrave on almost any material , including stainless steel , and cut thick plywood up to 10 mm and an acrylic board with a thickness of about 3 mm We receive the device in such a package inside there are 3 boxes with engraving elements And this is what the contents of all 3 boxes look like Before we start engraving and cutting it should be put together . The manufacturer has placed a guide on the attached memory card on how to deal with this problem. I will show you the entire assembly process in short. This is a 10W laser head with a lifting mechanism and an air support nozzle all elements for assembly , especially the screws, are very well sorted and described And the manual, although it is in English, German and a few others, is pictorial and very clear We start assembly All elements are very well fitted After assembling all four sides, set both trolleys in the same position on the resulting structure, mount the X axis Mount the head with the lifting mechanism, screw the cable guides, support the second guide with the limit switch the X -axis motor and the last element of the assembly connecting the wires assembly completed connect the power supply USB cable to the computer and possibly the compressor (you need to buy it) the device is quite noisy due to the fan at the head it also has all the safety features, an emergency switch and a flame sensor (and others)

Configure focus. 👓

despite the installed covers in the construction and on the head, it is recommended to use protective glasses, communication after connecting to a computer is not a problem , the device is immediately detected for the head to automatically adjust the focus, its operation must be configured

Configure the cutting and engraving buttons for a 7mm focal length laser. Add a custom button and enter the code $42.

in programs In LASER GRBL, right-click on the bottom bar add a custom button enter this code and name the button you can also add a custom button icon add another button engraving button the code is $42 = 7 7 mm is the focal length of this laser And another button, this time the cutting button, from the focal length of 7 mm , we subtract half of the thickness of the material , i.e. when the material is 2 mm thick, we subtract from 7 half of its thickness , i.e. 7mm minus 1 (half of 2mm plywood) equals 6 the point is to lower the laser head when cutting, we can configure the number of such buttons and use them depending on the thickness of the material

The engraving machine adjusts the position automatically. 🖨️

In the LIGHTBURN program, we proceed similarly , except that we use the console to configure the settings . When setting the focal length, first click on what material we will process (thickness) and then the starting position (home) the head will automatically adjust its position Engraving

Engrave designs on your smartphone! 💻📱

TS2 can also work without connecting to a computer , but you need to connect it to the WIFI of your home network , you must also insert an SD memory card in the device , we will be able to work from the browser on the computer or using application in the smartphone from the browser or application in the smartphone, we can engrave our projects or projects that we have previously stored on the memory card

Tests! 👍

Let’s go to the tests here are the results of the cut plywood 2mm thick plywood 3mm thick balsa wood 10mm thick pine wood cut 15mm thick four laser passes speed 100 mm/min power 100%

3mm engraving on a ceramic plate. 💪

the engraving and cutting area of ​​this engraving machine is 450 x 450 mm we can engrave and cut large elements On the Internet you can find a lot of such projects in DXF format for cutting in 3mm thick plywood engraving parameters on a ceramic plate

The engraving on the steel is clear! 💪

engraving on stainless steel at different speeds engraving at 10 mm/min is clear and deep engraving even on highly polished steel is clear photo engraving parameters

Thank you! 🙏🏻

And more examples of cutting and engraving The TWO TRESS TS2 laser engraving machine is a solid machine with a strong construction that can cut wood with a thickness of up to 15 mm , as you have seen, and engrave on almost any material engraving accuracy there is a large spot, it is only 0.08 mm, the advantage is also a large engraving area. Thank you for your attention 🙂

  1. The speaker is reviewing the Two Trees TS2 10 watt Diode Laser.
  2. The speaker mentions that they are tired of reviewing diode lasers and that they only review innovative products.
  3. The laser has features such as automatic z-axis, laser safety glass, integrated air assist, and smart autofocus.
  4. The laser is capable of engraving and cutting various materials.
  5. The laser has a 450mm by 450mm engraving area and supports offline engraving.
  6. The laser has a 10 watt diode laser and various other features such as flame detection and compressed dot technology.
  7. The speaker mentions some pros and cons of the laser, including its construction, engraving area, and price.
  8. The speaker appreciates the innovation of the laser but mentions that the flame sensor feature is not well-optimized.
Double the fun! 🎉

What’s up, guys? I’m nick and this is: build that. Build a place where we believe things are better when they come in twos. Now what are your favorite things that come in twos? Hmm, well, there’s boobs and boobs.

I'm tired of diode lasers. 😫

But what about trees? That’s right, i’m talking about two trees. Latest offering to laser market, the ts2. It’s fancy, it has racing stripes. So i know i told you guys that i’m kind of done with putting diode lasers together and reviewing them. It just got to a point where it was kind of like same stuff different day and it’s just it’s.

The laser has a macro feature for automatic z-axis focusing and a safety glass window. 👍

It’s not fun for me to make videos about the same thing over and over. If i like doing the same thing over and over, i would have never quit my day job. So i promise you guys i wouldn’t review anything else unless it was innovative in some fashion. So let’s take a look at a couple of the just really unique features of this laser first, just right off the bat. I’m not even going to save them until the end of the video. You can see him right now. The first thing that really caught my eye about this laser is this window right here, because this is laser safety glass. I have runts, i have children, so occasionally they come out into the garage while the laser is running and to me this is a really cool feature to have. So when they’re at eye level here, they’re not looking into the beam. All right, next up we have a automatic z-axis. So this little guy right here, you set a macro up in light burn and when you hit that, it will automatically focus your z-axis. Sorry if this is hard to see. So i have a macro set for the z-lift engraved, cut, two millimeter, three miller, five miller, eight millimeter.

It auto focuses for each material. ✨

It will auto focus for each of those. Okay, so you’re gonna place your material. You hit that z probe, you say we’re going to engrave, so it finds where it is and then it adjusts it accordingly. So that’s two millimeter, three millimeter, five millimeter and eight millimeter. You’re starting to see this on more lasers now, but this has an integrated air assist. It runs down the drag chains along with everything else and it’s just hooked up right here.

We are reviewing this laser because it offers innovative features and a larger engraving area. ✨

Okay, and that’s not the only reason we’re reviewing this laser. But those are a couple of the key things that stuck out to me from the beginning. A couple of innovations, because what we need is more innovations when it comes to diode lasers. Guys, i need to see this innovation because we need these companies to continue to develop their machines and not just sit there on their hands and you guys know what’s coming next. It’s time for nerd facts. So the footprint for this machine is a little bigger than what we’re used to. It boasts a 450 millimeter by 450 millimeter engraving area. Now you’ve got some bigger components, especially with these rails built the way they are. You’ve got a nice pass-through area here. But when i got this in the mail it came in three boxes, two trees, one box, one box man. It scared the living bejeebies out of me. It tells a bajibes, if i didn’t mention. This laser is a 10 watt diode laser. So we’re gonna give it a little, a little test right now. Let’s, let’s see what we can cut. They are boasting it will cut eight millimeter plywood in one pass. Let’s check this out, shall we? If only i just had some eight millimeter plywood lying around someplace. Hmm, great big gobs of greasy, grimy gopher guts, little dirty birdy feet. That’s too thick, so let’s look someplace else. Nope, okay, we’re gonna set our z to cut eight millimeter frame and then x gonna give it to you. [music]. Well, that just stopped. All right, we had a slight technical difficulty, so we are going to set this again. Start, okay. So i was having a bit of an issue with it not running the way i wanted it to.

Update firmware! 💡

So first rule of thumb with diode lasers: if they’re not behaving the way you think they should be, make sure that your firmware is up to date. There was a firmware update that i had to do, so let’s try this again.

Plywood is a pain due to glue, but flame detection helps. 🔥

Okay, we have focused, we have framed, we are going to set our cut, all right. Okay, i cannot get this thing to run any slower than 240 millimeters per minute without setting the flame alarm off. I do have the air assist hooked up. I’m just trying to see if i can get a clean cut. I tried five passes and was unsuccessful, so we’re gonna try six here. Okay, so it’s almost through. I mean, it cut the majority of the way through. Plywood’s always a pain in the butt because of the, the glue, but at least the way they have this thing set up with the flame detection, you’re not cutting eight mil ply with in one pass.

The laser cut through the pine easily. 💪

Now i tried to disable that in the g code. The code that i have is dollar two. Six one equals zero. That does not work for this laser, so i don’t know how to disable it. I do have a call into them or an email. You know what i’m talking about. Now i do have a little piece of pine here that’s eight millimeters thick. We’re going to run this at 60 millimeters per second, 100 power, and see how it do. Okay, so with eight mil and air assist, it cut straight through that pine.

The TS2 laser engraver has a tilt sensor and supports offline engraving, but lacks a flame sensor. 🌟

There’s hope. So flame detection is a very nice thing to have. Unfortunately, diode laser companies have not really gotten this right yet and usually it winds up being overly sensitive and the majority of users shut it off. So i mean it’d be nice to have if it worked right. But i want to be clear. This is not specific to the ts2. I have not seen a diode laser yet that has good flame detection. Next up you’ve got the compressed dot technology. It has a cutting accuracy of up to 0.01 millimeters. That’s the same for engraving. They’re actually calling it ultra fine engraving. So let’s test that out. Okay, while it’s engraving, let’s talk about the smart autofocus. This is something that i think we need to see in more machines. We see it in co2 a lot. I have not seen it too much in diodes. I actually haven’t seen it at all any of the diodes that i’ve actually tested. This is a great idea to make sure your cuts and engraves are consistent without you trying to measure. This does support offline engraving. It does have a 32-bit chip with the lx6 microprocessor inside of it, the, and it will connect to wi-fi flame detection emergency stop. Also have a tilt sensor in it, so it’ll shut off, i think, if it’s over, if it tilts more than 15 degrees. So then let’s just break down the numbers because, like i know, you nerds like the numbers, so let’s do it. It can engrave up to 10 000 millimeters per minute. Laser wavelength is 445 plus or minus 5 nanometers. Like i said earlier, the engraving area is 450 millimeters by 450 millimeters, so just slightly bigger than a lot of other diodes, and the rest is kind of the usual suspects. This thing probably weighs a little bit more than most of the other dilators. Considering the architecture of it. It does have a little bit more beef to it. It’s a little bit more beefy. Where’s the beef? You remember that crazy lady? It supports pretty much all the same file formats. It is supported on laser, gerbil and lightburn. Okay. So i ran out of time yesterday to do pros and cons. I had to go pick up the kids so i did email two trees about the flame sensor business and i found out how to adjust it. So let’s do that real quick. Okay, there are screws that are holding this piece on. Okay, lift this guy up. And no flame sensor.

The main point is that the machine is difficult for beginners to assemble and the firmware program is in Chinese, but overall the machine has good features and construction. 😊

There’s hope. So flame detection is a very nice thing to have. Unfortunately, diode laser companies have not really gotten this right yet and usually it winds up being overly sensitive and the majority of users shut it off. So i mean it’d be nice to have if it worked right. But i want to be clear. This is not specific to the ts2. I have not seen a diode laser yet that has good flame detection. Next up you’ve got the compressed dot technology. It has a cutting accuracy of up to 0.01 millimeters. That’s the same for engraving. They’re actually calling it ultra fine engraving. So let’s test that out. Okay, while it’s engraving, let’s talk about the smart autofocus. This is something that i think we need to see in more machines. We see it in co2 a lot. I have not seen it too much in diodes. I actually haven’t seen it at all any of the diodes that i’ve actually tested. This is a great idea to make sure your cuts and engraves are consistent without you trying to measure. This does support offline engraving. It does have a 32-bit chip with the lx6 microprocessor inside of it, the, and it will connect to wi-fi flame detection emergency stop. Also have a tilt sensor in it, so it’ll shut off, i think, if it’s over, if it tilts more than 15 degrees. So then let’s just break down the numbers because, like i know, you nerds like the numbers, so let’s do it. It can engrave up to 10 000 millimeters per minute. Laser wavelength is 445 plus or minus 5 nanometers. Like i said earlier, the engraving area is 450 millimeters by 450 millimeters, so just slightly bigger than a lot of other diodes, and the rest is kind of the usual suspects. This thing probably weighs a little bit more than most of the other dilators. Considering the architecture of it. It does have a little bit more beef to it. It’s a little bit more beefy. Where’s the beef? You remember that crazy lady? It supports pretty much all the same file formats. It is supported on laser, gerbil and lightburn. Okay. So i ran out of time yesterday to do pros and cons. I had to go pick up the kids so i did email two trees about the flame sensor business and i found out how to adjust it. So let’s do that real quick. Okay, there are screws that are holding this piece on. Okay, lift this guy up. And no flame sensor.

The engraving skills are impressive 👍

So in order to turn it on or off, is is that, and i don’t think you should use the emergency power off button as the power button. Okay, so take a look at this engrave. I wish it was a little darker, but we’ve got really clean lines. You can see some really good detail. I definitely say that that is a good looking engrave. So i gotta give them props for their engraving skills. So, final thoughts. I think it’s a pretty decent unit for its price point and its power. Remember, it is a 10 watt lasers, so you’re getting twice the laser-y goodness of a 5 watt. But that’s just my opinion. What do you guys think? Do you dig it? Let me know in the comments down below. Alright, guys, thanks for hanging out, thanks for playing, and now i got to get to work.

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