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Trotec at National Manufacturing Week 2017

Published on: 04/18/2017

New: MOPA laser for black and colour marking

Trotec introduces the brand new MOPA laser at this year's NMW/Austech event in Melbourne. The MOPA laser will be operating on our SpeedMarker 300 which is a powerful high-speed laser marker. The MOPA laser achieves reproducable colours on stainless steel, black anodised aluminium marking and at a higher speed than a conventional fiber laser.

MOPA Laser: Black and colour marking

A MOPA laser allows you to achieve black markings on anodised and raw aluminium without the need for sprays, inks or chemicals. The result of using a MOPA to mark anodised aluminium is similar to black annealing on stainless steel.

The MOPA laser allows you to create reproducable colours on stainless steel through laser marking.

Speedy flexx: CO2 and fiber laser in one machine

Furthermore, we will present the popular and most advanced dual-source laser machine in the world. The Speedy 360 flexx laser machine offers maximum flexibility. The two laser sources can be activated without manual chage of the laser source, lens or focus. Virtually anything can be marked and engraved using this laser machine: from plastics or wood to glass or metal, even workpieces with mixed materials.

Trotec at National Manfacturing Week 2017

NMW and Austech is Australia's largest manufacturing exhibition with over 200 exhibitors. Learn about the latest innovations in high-speed laser marking from Trotec. See the brand new MOPA laser and the most advanced flat-bed laser machine in action on the Trotec stand.

We look forward to your visit

Join us at NMW/Austech in Melbourne from May 9th to 12th.

On display:

  • Speedy 360 flexx
  • SpeedMarker 300
  • MOPA laser
  • JobControl and SpeedMark laser software
  • A range of consumables including anodised aluminium and laserable plastics

Where: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Stand: 2720

We invite you and look forward to welcoming your at our stand.

Registration is free