The laser cutter was purchased in 2021 by UAL Creative Computing Institute and partly funded by the UKRI World Class Labratories fund 2020/21.
The laser cutter is a Trotec Speedy 400 with an 80 watt CO2 metal tube and Run on Ruby (integrated touch screen). It can take a maximum upto 1000 x 600 mm sheet of material.
The machine also additional features a computer vision camera that allows cutting outlines to be aligned precisely with a printed document.
The use of the laser cutter is free to use for all authorised users, however it should only be used for projects directly related to your study and/or research at UAL.
This machine is not for personal use, such as making business cards, wedding invites or items for sale.