Flexx Function: CO₂ & Fiber Dual Source Laser.

Maximum flexibility with two laser sources in one laser system.

The patented Flexx Technology™ integrates two laser sources - CO2 and fiber - in one machine, allowing a variety of different materials to be processed in one operation. The CO2 laser source is ideally suited for engraving and cutting plastics, wood, rubber, leather and many other materials. The fiber laser is the right tool for marking metals and staining plastics.

Processing different materials in one laser job.

The characteristic feature of the patented flexx function: Depending on the material, the two laser sources are activated alternately – in one job, without manual changing of the laser tube, lens or focus. The laser sources are easily assigned at the touch of button in the JobControl® software. Every conceivable CO2 laser application, as well as an annealing marking or a metal engraving, can be realized in no time. Time savings and flexibility in everyday work are thus guaranteed. The business sector can be quickly and easily expanded.

"ready for flexx"

Every laser engraving machine in the Speedy series is “ready for flexx". This means that every Speedy can be retrofitted with an additional laser source. This ensures that you are prepared for the future. Retrofit whenever you are ready.

Material overview for CO2 and fiber laser source

With the Speedy flexx laser machines, you can process a wide range of materials. 

  Material CO2 Fiber
Non-Metal Wood  
Plastics ABS; PC; PA, PMMA ...
Metal Aluminum  
  Anodized Aluminum
  Coated Metal  
  Precious metals (Gold, Silver, Platinum)  
  High speed steel  
  Stainless Steel  

The above metals can also be processed with a CO2 laser. This requires an additional work step and the use of consumables, e.g. laser marking sprays.

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