Fastest engraving speed for maximum productivity
Trotec's new Speedy 400 is the fastest and most productive mid-size laser machine on the market. The new model provides high-quality results even at its maximum engraving speed of 4.3 m/s. With an acceleration of 5g, the Speedy 400 undeniably surpasses competitors and offers customers maximum production efficiency.
Eight times faster cutting with OptiMotionTM
The exceptional speed is made possible by Trotec's new innovative path planning system, OptiMotionTM motion control. The new Speedy 400 produces cutting speeds up to 8 times faster than comparable laser machines on the market. The OptiMotionTM system calculates and optimises cutting speeds and acceleration in real time based on the geometry. This, in turn, provides customers with maximum throughput and high-quality in curves.
We have conducted tests with competitor devices to illustrate the stark differences in speed and production efficiency. The comparison between the machines is based on similar quality output. As you will soon see, competitor devices complete only a fraction of the application in the same time, whereas a Speedy 400 achieves 100% completion.
In comparison to Trotec's Speedy 400, which achieved 100% completion for the first application, competitor 1 finished only 29% of the job and competitor 2, 12%. With OptiMotionTM, the Speedy 400 is therefore more than 3.5 times faster than competitor 1 and more than 8 times faster than competitor 2 when delivering similar quality output.
The second application of the lettering "cmyk" demonstrates similar results. Whilst the Speedy 400 completely finished the job, competitor 1 completed only 44% of the application and competitor 2 only 15%. This makes the Speedy 400 2.3 times faster than competitor 1 and 6.5 times faster than competitor 2.
Save time with no speed parameter search
OptiMotionTM automatically searches for optimal speed parameters, meaning the operator only needs to determine the power and speed required to cut through the material. When processing the application, the planning system adjusts the speed and acceleration in real time, in accordance to the geometry. This not only provides the operator with greater convenience, but it also means valuable time can be saved during laser file preparation.
When processing jobs without OptiMotionTM, 7 different speed and power parameters are required to enhance the speed. OptiMotionTM however uses only one parameter - the power to cut through the material. As a result, this saves users a considerable amount of time as they do not need to search for the laser parameters.