Trotec laser will host a live-streamed webinar about the advantages of laser cutting for the signage and display industries on Thursday 26th January 2023 at 11am
In the highly competitive signage market, Trotec has recognised an increase in demand for laser technology among acrylic fabricators, point of sale manufacturers and signage specialists. Laser cutting technology is becoming more mainstream in the print and sign industry as more businesses realise the competitive advantages it can bring.
When used alongside traditional technologies such as CNC routers, laser cutters can save production time, reduce costs on maintenance and waste, and improve product quality while optimising production workflows.
At the live stream webinar, Trotec’s Applications Specialist, Alex Beckingham will fabricate a layered display made from adhesive-backed acrylic sheets using the large format SP3000 400W laser cutter.
Aimed at the signage and display industry, Alex’s demonstration will provide hints, tips and practical advice for people in the sign and display industry who are either new to laser cutting or have experience but want to find out about how to take the next step and improve productivity with the latest technology and processes.
To register for the ‘Laser Revolution: How your competitors are saving time and money’ webinar, go to
The webinar is a great opportunity to catch a glimpse of the largest Trotec laser machine before it heads to the Sign & Digital UK exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham on 21-23rd March 2023 (stand J30). The SP3000 CO2 laser cutter has a working area of 2210 x 3210 mm and features market-leading features which significantly reduce loading/unloading time and makes maintenance straightforward alongside efficient processing to ensure the laser cutting system is prepared for busy and demanding production environments.
Trotec is a manufacturer of market-leading laser cutting and engraving equipment and materials. The range of laser cutters range in size from A3 up to large format scale and are fully supported by Trotec’s UK-based service and support team. For more information, go to www.troteclaser.com.