Plymouth, MI—Rayjet Laser, a division of Trotec Laser, Inc., will showcase its R400 laser-cutting system at IWF 2022.
With a generous and ergonomic working area, sophisticated yet intuitive workflow software, and the industry’s highest safety standards, the R400 provides a safe, user-friendly, cost-effective, and locally supported solution for cutting wide-format materials.
The system features an open, ergonomic design with a generous 40” x 24” bed size and up to 100 Watts DC of laser power, allowing you to easily and efficiently cut and engrave wood along with wide range of other materials such as plastics, paper, textiles, and acrylics with thickness up to 1/2” in. (15mm). The included Rayjet Manager workflow software provides easy, step-by-step instructions with logical and intuitive functions, allowing you to make a fast transition from job layout to final product.
“We are thrilled to offer this safer, high-quality alternative to businesses who need an efficient and economical laser cutting machine,” says Warren Knipple, President at Trotec Laser. “It’s simple to use, yet you can produce highly sophisticated and precise designs. It’s cost-effective but still meets the most stringent standards for safety, design and manufacturing.”
About Trotec and the Rayjet division
Rayjet Laser is a division of Trotec Laser, Inc. Trotec Laser is a leading international provider of advanced, high-speed laser equipment for cutting, engraving and industrial marking. With the broadest product line on the market, Trotec systems are used to cut, engrave or mark a wide range of materials including wood, paper, metal, acrylic, leather, stone, plastics, and more. The company’s extensive line of quality laser systems, coupled with its unmatched service and support offerings, have made Trotec one of the industry’s leading resources for computer controlled engraving equipment and marking systems. Trotec highly values innovation and R&D; in fact, over a decade ago Trotec developed the world’s first laser system that combines CO2 and fiber laser technology in one machine.
All major equipment components and products are manufactured in the U.S. and Austria. Trotec machines are currently used in more than 90 countries around the globe. With 500 employees working in 17 international sales branches, Trotec offers customers an international service and sales network. Trotec’s U.S. presence is headquartered in Plymouth, Mich., with additional service and support centers in Anaheim, Calif., Arlington and Houston, Texas, Atlanta, Ga, Edison, N.J., Richmond, VA, Miami, Fla., Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz., and the Seattle area. For more information, please visit www.troteclaser.com.