The mouse was invented in 1964 by Dr. Douglas Engelbart of the University of California at Berkeley. For more than 50 years, the mouse has become an indispensable item in people's lives and work.
Nowadays, more and more mouse designs focus on ergonomics, and creative custom processing on the mouse surface has become a popular way. Using advanced 3D laser marking technology to create a beautiful personalized pattern on the special mouse casing, relying on the built-in LED lights of the mouse to reflect the unpredictable, colorful pattern effect.
With the development of the industry, the traditional two-dimensional laser marking machine is difficult to meet the needs of surface processing, and the 3D laser marking machine came into being. 3D laser marking technology can achieve laser marking on curved workpieces more accurately, without defocusing during processing, even for complex surfaces. Through the self-developed 3D dynamic laser marking control hardware and software, the special three-dimensional galvanometer is configured to perfectly control the laser beam to mark on any three-dimensional surface, and realize the customized processing of various curved materials including the mouse.