The Rayjet laser line, invented by Trotec, offers industrial grade and cost-effective laser solutions for businesses, schools, and start-ups. The user friendly laser software is easy to learn, allowing first time laser users to quickly process many different materials. The Rayjet engraver can engrave and cut materials like wood, paper, textiles, plastics, and many more. Being easy-to use and very reliable makes the Rayjet an ideal machine for starting an engraving or cutting business.
How does it work?
Lasers are used for woodworking, whenever clean edges and high processing speeds are needed. Typical applications for laser cutting wood are gifts, jewelry, inlays, toys and model making. With the Rayjet we offer a laser machine that covers all wood applications.Details
With the Rayjet you can mark metal parts with logos, images and texts. Typical applications are metal markings on promotional items, trophies and jewelry. In industry, the Rayjet is used for marking tools and identification plates with codes and serial numbers.Details
With the Rayjet you can finish leather products with logos and designs. It is suitable both for laser engraving and laser cutting of leather. Common applications for the Rayjet are engravings on leather bracelets, shoes, purses or book covers.Details
The Rayjet is the ideal cardboard and paper cutting laser. Use it to create invitations and greeting cards, cardboard cut-outs, building models for model making as well as packaging prototypes. For digital printing the Rayjet is used for cutting and scoring.Details
Particularly fine gifts can be created by laser engraving on glass. With the Rayjet you can engrave texts, logos and photos on glass. Typical applications are engravings on drinking glasses and bottles. The Rayjet is also suitable for engraving float and industrial glass.Details
The Rayjet U series is our Galvo laser marking product line. It is made for high-speed marking of small and medium batches. The U series machines are equipped with a fiber laser for marking metals and plastics. They have been designed for engravers, job shops and machine builders to easily mark components, type plates and tools - even with dynamic data and in hard-to-reach areas.