Following a series of successful roadshows in 2018, Trotec Laser, a leading manufacturer of laser cutting, marking and engraving technology, is hitting the road and bringing a range of flatbed lasers to Cork between 12th – 13th March.
Designed to bring Trotec's laser machines to a wider audience, the laser roadshows are the ideal opportunity for those interested in laser machines to see first hand how their business could benefit from introducing the technology into their workflow.
The roadshow will be hosted by Trotec's area manager and each appointment is tailored to the specific needs of visitors. From improving productivity with a laser to discovering a replacement for an existing laser, or simply looking for a creative edge as a start up company, these sessions will provide you with a thorough overview of the capabilities of Trotec laser machines. You can even bring your own materials and receive accurate processing times for your application.
The roadshows will feature a wide range of Trotec's laser cutters, including the Speedy series of lasers and the SpeedMarker 300 galvo laser marker. Designed for high speed laser marking in an industrial production line, the SpeedMarker 300 is the ideal tool for effortlessly processing blank metals.
For maximum flexibility, the Speedy 300 flexx contains both CO2 and fiber laser sources, allowing you to process multiple materials in one job. Regardless of your application, from cutting acrylics, engraving wood or marking metals, there is a Trotec laser to suit your application.
The events are expected to be popular, with spaces available now for booking.
Bryan Jater, national sales manager for Trotec laser, said "We're delighted to be bringing our laser roadshows to Ireland. Whilst our Dublin showroom serves as our Irish hub, our roadshows are an excellent opportunity for us to bring our laser machines to a wider audience."
Appointments are available on a first come first served basis, with evening appointments available. To reserve your place at the roadshow contact Trotec today.