Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Speedy 400 Nominated at EDP Awards

Nomination for "Best Flatbed Finishing System"

Trotec Laser was presented an award from the European Digital Press Association (EDP) in the category of "Best Flatbed Finishing System" at the 2013 FESPA Show in London!

This prestigious award was an acknowledgement to Trotec's newest laser system, The Speedy 400, for quality and innovation in technologies for the digital printing industry.

"We are proud of the award and confident that our product meets the high demands of the printing industry" says Dietmar Engler, Director of Marketing at Trotec Laser's headquarters in Austria.

We're also pleased to announce EDP contracted Gaudio Awards, a full service award shop in the UK, to make this year's awards using their Trotec laser. "It's a definite honor to win this award, but it makes it even more special knowing it was made on a Trotec laser system. We're always pleased to hear about the success of our customers and to see their finished products" says Alex Jauker, Product Manager at Trotec Laser's headquarters in Austria.

In addition to being acknowledged by the EDP and industry leaders, the Speedy 400 received many accolades by show attendees while being displayed at the Trade Show.

A New Dimension in Laser Engraving 

With its generous working area of 39 x 24 inches, the Speedy 400 is capable of handling common standard material sizes.
When developing the Speedy 400 laser machine, the Trotec team focused on usability and flexibility. For example, the multi-table concept allows quick and easy configuration for all cutting, engraving, and marking applications. Depending on the application, the standard engraving, vacuum, or cutting table can be switched out quickly and easily. 

Every Speedy 400 is “ready for flexx”. This means that a Speedy 400 can be upgraded to a Speedy 400 flexx by installing an additional laser source at any time to suit the users growing business needs. Maxximum Flexxibility – at any time.

European Digital Press Association 

The European Digital Press Association was founded in October 2006 when publishers of the major industry magazines met to form an association of magazines with a main editorial focus on digital production, with a goal to be a forum for the industry. Today, the EDP has over 20 member magazines covering 23 countries and representing over 1 million readers. 

Every year, the EDP awards the most innovative printers, finishing products, software and consumables launched in the print industry. A panel of independent judges forms the jury. Rudolf Messer, President of the EDP, commented the "...very worthy winners have demonstrated that by focusing investment in research and development they can continue to bring innovative products to market the truly make a difference to their customers business. We're delighted to be working with FESPA in 2013 and congratulate all our winners and nominated finalists."

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