With the R Series laser cutter, Trotec launches an affordable range of laser cutters for cutting and engraving of acrylics up to 15mm, textiles, wood, paper and many more.
The R Series meet all users’ needs and is the ideal laser cutter for all standard sheet sizes up to 1300 x 900mm, featuring simple laser cutting for signs, gifts, toys, models, prototypes and any kind of decoration and fashion items. It is powerful, fast, clean and safe.
‘The R500 laser cutter from Trotec has opened up new artistic opportunities and creative ideas for us, increasing the time our designers can spend to develop their ideas. The increase in productivity has meant we can grow the business and take on more clients,’ said Ger Clancy – Art FX, Dublin.
With the Rayjet® Manager software, files are sent from all graphics and CAD-programmes directly to the laser cutter – compatibility guaranteed. With both the software and the controller developed by Trotec, the motion and laser processes are perfectly in-tune for maximising the system’s performance. The ‘one click set-up’ enables every user to be up and running within minutes.
The extraordinarily large view of the inside of the laser working area makes working with the R Series a pleasure. The large viewing pane enables the user to see the job progress at a glance, even from a distance. The ergonomic and open design makes positioning jobs a simple task and guarantees efficient user operation.
The R500 and R400 laser cutter are both equipped with high quality components. The robust mechanical and reliable electronic design is proven in thousands of Trotec laser machines.
Trotec Laser South Africa will showcase the R400 model at the upcoming Graphics, Print and Sign Live Demo expo, taking place from 5-7 October 2021 at Emperors Palace Convention Centre, Centre Court.
The event will comply with current Covid-19 regulations to keep visitors and exhibitors safe. Entrance is free, please register online. The event is sponsored by Platinum Sponsors Roland and Stixo Signage Supplies and is supported by media partners Sign Africa, Africa Print and Modern Marketing.