We have already introduced you to Creality’s precise and powerful laser engravers with the CR Falcon Laser 10W. Now the manufacturer has introduced a new model. The Creality Falcon2 turns out to be particularly powerful with 22 watts, offers a particularly high working speed and comes with an integrated Air Assist that keeps the laser clean.
The highlights of the Creality Falcon2
Creality is one of the best-known names in 3D printers and laser engravers. They have now unveiled their new top-of-the-line model, the Creality Falcon2, in a livestream, which will go on sale from February 14, 2023 – of course with some exciting Early Bird discounts.
The Falcon2 builds on the well-known CR Falcon, which is extremely popular in the scene, and comes up with some highlights and improvements.
Impressive 22-watt power
With its 22-watt laser, the Creality Falcon2 reaches a whole new level and engraves even thicker materials reliably and precisely. The laser penetrates 15-millimeter-thick wood in a single pass, opening up a whole new range of possibilities for you.
For example, how about wooden chandeliers, furniture and much more? Even 10 mm thick acrylic or 0.05 mm thick stainless steel pose no problems for the laser engraver. It also penetrates these in just a single pass, which opens up a whole new range of possibilities for you compared to a 10W laser engraver.
Higher engraving speed
With a speed of 25,000mm per minute, the Creality Falcon2 engraves twice as fast as 10-watt models, noticeably increasing your productivity. Exciting for home use, but also for small businesses, which can thus produce more in less time.
New integrated Air Assist
A unique new feature of the Falcon2 marks the integrated “Air Assist,” which sets the laser engraver apart from any other product on the market. With a control on the device itself, you can freely and continuously adjust the air flow.
At the same time, the new air assist is designed to remove dust, protecting the laser’s lens during engraving and cutting. The result is an even cleaner and clearer result.
The Creality Falcon2 is equipped with no less than three monitoring systems that monitor the airflow, the laser, and the flame, giving you an extra measure of safety. Airflow monitoring displays the current volume of airflow and gives you the ability to adjust it based on your needs.
Laser monitoring triggers an alarm if the Falcon2 notices that the lens is dirty and flame monitoring watches out if a flame is detected anywhere.
Five protection mechanisms for greater security
In addition to improving engraving performance, Creality has also tweaked the Falcon2’s security features. No less than five protective mechanisms, including a bi-directional limit switch, an active stop function, a safety lock design, a safety off button and a protective cover for the laser, ensure maximum safety.
So you’re always on the safe side, with the knowledge in the back of your mind that it only takes the push of a button to instantly disable the Falcon2 if something should go wrong.
Dynamic offline preview
You can view the engraving and material on the Creality Falcon2 without the aid of a computer or other device thanks to a dynamic offline preview. The engraving process can be visually and dynamically examined and, if necessary, adjusted at the touch of a button to give you the best possible result.
Exceptionally high stability
Thanks to an aluminum frame, the Creality Falcon2 is particularly robust and stable at the same time; even during an engraving process, the device does not move. The other materials used, such as tubes or the durable wheels, also move particularly smoothly even at high speeds.
At the same time, the newly designed foot pad ensures that the engraver stands securely on the table and does not move. Which makes the results even better than with its predecessors.
Price and Availability
The high-performance Creality Falcon2 laser engraver will be available on February 14, 2023. Between February 14 and February 22, you’ll also secure attractive discounts on the retail price. The Falcon2 is available directly from Creality’s homepage.