First laser software based on web technologies.
A seamless workflow from idea to finished product, platform independence, user management. In 2021, our laser software Ruby® was introduced to make all this possible.
First engraving with 2540 dpi.
In 2021, engravings with a grid density of 2540 dpi (dots per inch) will be possible for the first time with the JobControl® laser software. This allows detailed engravings to be implemented.
First laser engraver with 4.3 m/s and 5g engraving speed.
In 2018, the Speedy 400 made engravings at a speed of 4.3 m/s and 5g acceleration for the first time. The Speedy 400 is the fastest laser engraver on the market.
First medium-format laser plotter with real-time path planning.
With the Speedy 400, OptiMotion™+ was introduced in 2018. The planning of cutting contours takes place in real time and enables up to 8 times faster cutting than comparable laser systems.
First large-format laser cutter with 4-sided accessibility.
With the SP3000, the first large-format laser cutter with 4-sided accessibility of laser class 2 was introduced in 2015. This allows loading and unloading while the machine is cutting.
First laser plotter with ultrasonic autofocus.
With Sonar Technology™, Trotec has developed a simple and fully-automatic focusing method. This has been patented since 2015.
First wide-format laser workstation.
In 2014, Trotec launched the SpeedMarker1300, the first wide-format laser workstation. For the first time, large components were able to be marked in laser class 2.
First laser plotter with ceramic-based laser sources.
The patented laser source technology CeramiCore® from Iradion Laser itself with superior reliability, engraving quality and longevity. These have been installed in all Trotec laser plotters since 2012.
First galvo marking laser with printer driver function.
With DirectMark, a galvo marking laser was operated using a printer driver for the first time in 2011. This made laser marking as easy as printing.
First medium-format laser plotter with camera support.
In 2010, i-cut® Vision on the Speedy 300 made print&cut applications possible for medium-format laser plotters.
First laser engraver with pay per use option.
For the first time, users were able to finance the machine through a pay-per-use option with the Rayjet laser engraver in 2008. This enables beginners and small businesses to have low-risk access to laser technology.
First flatbed laser system integrated with a fiber laser source.
With the FC100 and FP100, a fiber laser source for metal and plastic marking was installed in a flatbed laser for the first time in 2007.
First laser cutter with a multi-functional table concept.
With the Speedy 500, the multi-functional table concept was introduced and patented in 2007. This is standard today in all Trotec flatbed laser machines.
First software with visual programming.
Starting in 2006, the SpeedMark software enabled sequence programming using visual program modules. This makes it possible to implement complex program sequences with just a few parameters using drag & drop.
First flatbed laser system with dual laser sources.
With the Finemarker Hybrid in 2005, Trotec revolutionized flatbed lasers. For the first time, 2 different laser sources – CO2 and vanadate – were used in one machine. The precursor to today’s Flexx technology.
First laser machine for coloring multi-colored stamps.
The multi-color option allowed the automatic coloring of multi-colored stamp cartridges for the first time in 2004.
First flatbed laser with a vanadate laser source.
The FineMarker was introduced in 2004. With this laser machine, metals can be marked directly on a flatbed laser without tools
First high-volume laser engraving for stamp production.
In 2003, the Laserati made industrial stamp production feasible. A4 stamp plates can be engraved in 30 minutes.
First laser engraver with 3.5 m/s and 5g engraving speed.
The “Speedy” sets more new standards with the Speedy 2. With a processing speed of 3.55 m/s and 5g acceleration, the Speedy 2 was the fastest laser engraver on the market in 2003.
First large-format laser engraver.
In 2001 the Trotec Professional 1313 enabled engraving on workpieces measuring 1.3 x 1.3 meters
First compact laser engraver.
In 2000 the Speedy Compact was the first compact laser on the global market. The idea of offering affordable entry-level models for laser beginners lives on today in the Rayjet.
First laser plotter with its own laser software.
As early as 1999, with the first Speedy, Trotec supplied laser software that was as easy to use as a printer. Today the laser software is known as Ruby®.
First laser engraver with 2m/s engraving speed & InPack Technology™.
In 1999 the Speedy 1 with the patented “pixel correction” became the fastest laser plotter on the market. The unique InPack Technology™ is also introduced with the laser machine.
First laser engraver optimized for stamp makers.
The Power Laser (Pro) was specially developed for the needs of our stamp customers and was introduced in 1998. Thanks to an on-board exhaust system directly on the work head, dust and gases are extracted from where they occur.