Flexibility by Design
With Trotec's patented flexx Technology™, both C02 and fibre laser sources can be integrated into a single Speedy 400 system. This functionality permits users to vastly expand their laser processing capabilities and product offerings. Additionally, multiple workpieces comprised of different materials can be cut and engraved at once without without the need to manually change the laser source, lens, or focus settings.
The Speedy 400 is also available in MOPA laser configurations, which allows users to achieve high-contrast markings on certain plastics, mark anodised aluminium in black, and product reproducible colours on stainless steel. With regards to marking metals, MOPA laser technology offers quicker processing times (in comparison with conventional fibre lasers), less burning/melting in the marking area, and improved annealing results.
Usability by Design
The Speedy 400's ergonomic lid and front panel design minimizes physical strain when loading and unloading workpieces and system components, such as work tables and rotary attachments. In turn, the risk of injury is significantly reduced.
Another new feature is the LED dynamic status display bar situated on the laser's lid, which shows job progress and status. The display bar also indicates which laser source is activated, if there is a processing error, and the laser system's operating status.
Pass-through technology is a standard feature of the Speedy 400, which enables users to process workpieces exceeding the length of the machine. As long as the width of the workpiece is 40" or less, and its height is 7.2"* or less, there is no length limit!
In addition, the Speedy 400 can be equipped with up to 250W of power. As a result, thicker workpieces — such as 3/4" acrylic or wood sheets — can be cleanly cut with fewer passes.
*6.9" high for flexx models