Trotec's Speedy laser machines receive performance boost

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Trotec Laser's Speedy 100 and Speedy 300 feature a newly developed Ceramicore laser source, enabling users to engrave fine structures, lines and characters thanks to a very small beam diameter. A homogenous engraving result over the complete working area is guaranteed. This technology was already standard for higher laser power and is now available also for 30 and 45 watts.

This laser source concept offers reliability, high engraving quality and longevity. The resonator body where the laser radiation is generated is made of 100 per cent ceramic.

The OptiMotion software present in the Speed 400 is now also available for the Speedy 100 and 300. The software automatically searches for optimal speed parameters, meaning the operator only needs to determine the power and speed required to cut through the material or to vector engrave - regardless of the cutting geometry. When processing the job, OptiMotion adjusts the speed and acceleration in real time depending on the geometry. This saves the operator valuable time in laser file preparation.

In addition, OptiMotion boosts productivity: Highest cutting quality at maximum cutting speed is guaranteed.

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