Maximum productivity in laser engraving
Trotec's new Speedy 400 is the fastest and most productive mid-size laser machine in the industry. Optimised to achieve the highest quality results even at the fastest of speeds, our Speedy 400 provides unprecedented performance and production efficiency. With a maximum engraving speed of 4.3 m/s and acceleration of 5g, our new Speedy 400 sets new standards in laser technology.
Eight times faster cutting with OptiMotionTM
Our new innovative path planning system, OptiMotionTM motion control, is responsible for the groundbreaking speed. With cutting speeds up to 8 times faster than comparable laser machines on the market, the OptiMotionTM system calculates cutting speeds and accleration in real time based on the geometry. Customers are thus provided with high-quality in curves and maximum throughput.
Tests conducted with competitor devices consistently reveal the notable differences in speed and production efficiency. We have based the comparison between the machines on similar quality output. As highlighted, competitor devices complete only a fraction of the application in the same time a Speedy 400 achieves 100% completion.
The following application shows that whilst the Speedy 400 achieved 100% completion, competitors 1 and 2 finished at 29% and 12% respectively. 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 lettering application highlights similar results. Whilst the Speedy 400 achieved 100% completion, the application is only 44% completed for competitor 1 and 15% for competitor 2. Ultimately, the Trotec Speedy 400 is 2.3 times faster than competitor 1 and 6.5 times faster than competitor 2.
Save valuable time in laser file preparation
Another key benefit of the OptiMotionTM is that it automatically searches for optimal speed parameters. When processing applications, the system adjusts the speed and acceleration in real time depending on the geometry. This means that for users, valuable time can be saved during laser file preparation, which in turn provides greater efficiency and convenience.
When processing laser jobs without OptiMotionTM, 7 different speed and power parameters need to be adjusted in order to optimise speed. OptiMotionTM, however, requires only one parameter - the power to cut through the material. The system thus saves customers time and makes file preparation far more efficient.