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1/3/2019

Large-Format Laser Cutter Features 71" Loading Area

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Trotec Laser’s SP2000 laser cutter for large-format materials is said to combine a low-maintenance design with high-speed, high-power precision processing.

Trotec Laser’s SP2000 laser cutter for large-format materials is said to combine a low-maintenance design with high-speed, high-power precision processing. It was designed for materials such as acrylics, wood, textiles and cardboard. With a working area of 66" by 98" and access from all four sides, the laser cutter offers a large working area with an ergonomic design.

The product features a 71" wide loading area at the front and the rear, enabling unrestricted unloading and loading even while the machine is cutting. Processing speeds range to 6.5 ft./sec., and laser power ranges to 400 W. The fully enclosed beam path and additional safety features make the SP2000 a class-2 laser, eliminating the need for special safety measures.

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