Now clamp the desired workpiece into the rotary engraving attachment and fix it with springs. Make sure the workpiece is not clamped too tightly or too loosely. This will allow quick exchange of the workpiece to be engraved as well.
If the workpiece is not cylindrical but conical, as wine glasses are, using the Speedy 300, 360 and 400, you can align the engraving area parallel to the working table using the rocker lever on the left side. In addition, the cones are height-adjustable on both sides in order to permit work with various workpiece diameters.
If you want to engrave glasses or cups with handles, they must be placed so that the handle is not rotated into the engraving field. First, move the Y axis (rotary motion) to the very top. Clamp the workpiece so that the handle is slightly above the laser beam. Since the workpiece is rotated backwards for the laser process, there is no risk of collision with the laser head.
For safety, detach the nozzle in order to avoid collision with the rotary engraving attachment. Then focus onto the engraving area of the workpiece.