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Trotec launches the new Q500 Series laser cutter

Trotec launches the new Q500 Series laser cutter
Trotec has introduced a new laser cutter, which it claims could fast become a favourite with companies operating within the sign and display sectors.

Using Trotec’s tried and tested OptiMotion control system, which is adapted from the manufacturer’s flagship Speedy range of engravers, the new Q500 cutter delivers a maximum processing speed of 2m/s without compromise on quality, to deliver fine engravings up to a font size of four-point with sharp shoulders and defined details. Furthermore, its productivity is unrivalled when it comes to achieving high quality at high speed.

The Q500 is available with two different laser source options to ensure optimum results, depending on the application. The 60-120W power DC CO2 glass tube model is ideal for use with cutting applications, while the dual-source model, which also features a 60W CeramiCore RF CO2 source, enhances speed and reliability for applications that involve a lot of engraving.

Alongside robust and innovative Austrian engineering, the Q500 cutting system uses Trotec’s JobControl software, which acts as a print driver and is compatible with a wide range of graphic design programs.

The new Q500 provides improved quality and speed compared to Trotec’s entry-level R500 model, which has the same 1300 x 900 mm bed size, while not including all of the features found in the more advanced SP series of large format laser cutters.

The new laser system is fully supported by Trotec’s UK subsidiary with extended warranty options and training available, as well as ongoing support from the company’s large UK-based technical service and support team.

Trotec has six showrooms across the UK and Ireland where the Q500 can be demonstrated and online demonstrations are also available by way of video link.

For further information, telephone 0191 580 1182, or visit: www.troteclaser.co.uk

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