Maximum engraving speed for increased your productivity
The Trotec Speedy 400 offers the fastest cutting speed of any comparable laser on the market today. With an engraving speed of 4.2 m/s and an acceleration of 5g, the Speedy 400 is the market leader in speed. The exceptionally fast cutting speed is made possible by two new innovations from the Trotec Research and Development team: the innovative motion system and the revolutionary drive concept. This provides laser operators with maximum productivity, whilst maintaining Trotec's trademark high quality results. This delivers even greater efficiencies for the organisation.
Laser cut six times faster using OptiMotion™
The new Speedy 400 cuts up to six times faster than competitors lasers. The OptiMotion™ system automatically calculates and optimises the cutting speed and acceleration on the fly, based on the geometry. This feature is a true innovation in medium-sized engraving, having only been available in large format lasers until now. OptiMotion™ delivers high quality curves without comprimising on speed and productivty.
OptiMotion™ has been demonstrated to complete laser cut jobs up to 6 times faster than comparatively sized lasers. These innovations are just another example of how Trotec Laser electronics and software systems continue to sets new standards. Calculations are so high-performance, that the path processed in real time using the ‘digital twin’ concept - a digital replica of the machine in the laser electronics. This means you get the best from both the machine and application.
Automatic speed adjustment
OptiMotion™ automatically adjusts the speed to suit the geometry of curves. In other words: The operator only needs to select the power and speed required for laser cutting - regardless of how complex the curves of the cut line might appear. When processing the job, OptiMotion™ continually adjusts the speed and acceleration to suit the geometry. The laser operator is no longer required to spend additional time when preparing the file for laser cutting to optimise the geometries.