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Each year Austrian industrial machine manufacturer PROMOT Automation produces more than 200 automated systems. Between 50 and 1000 laser marked information signs and data plates are required for each system. A Speedy 360 laser machine has been used for this since 2016.
Engine specialist Van der Graaf uses Trotec SpeedMarker series marking lasers for marking components, and they appreciate the flexible nature of these machines for their proprietary manufacturing processes.
​Tocana specialise in the design, development and manufacture of electrical and electronic insulation solutions. They cut flame retardant electrical insulators with a GS1000.
Waverley Brownall Ltd increases component marking throughput with a Speedy 300 fiber laser.
Ameritape purchased a Trotec laser to combat the limitations of using steel roll dies during the prototyping process.
Graffiti Shield operates as a manufacturing converter of anti-graffiti and surface protection films. They operate with two SP2000 100w systems to create customized surface protection solutions.
The computer manufacturer uses their Speedy 400 to process a large variety of custom bracing and etching for their solution specific workstations and servers.
The electrical engineering company Magnet-Schultz in Germany aims to familiarize the future skilled workers with different processing methods. Therefore, the company regularly invests in the latest production technology.
For almost 50 years, Hoffmann + Krippner has been developing and producing individual operating units and flexible printed electronics as well as sophisticated smart, networked sensor applications and HMI solutions.
Blaufaktor saves time and money thanks to in-house laser marking of drinking water filter.
At Beck Sensortechnik, a Trotec marking laser simplifies workflow and saves costs.
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