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facilities:fablab:equipment-cots:rayjet300:rayjet300 [2019/08/05 13:36]
Andrei Maberley
facilities:fablab:equipment-cots:rayjet300:rayjet300 [2019/11/04 12:21] (current)
Andrei Maberley
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 The Rayjet 300 is an education version of the Speedy 300.  It is difficult to find a direct comparison in the literature but anecdotal research ((http://​www.sawmillcreek.org/​showthread.php?​223598-Trotec-Speedy-300-versus-the-Rayjet-300)) yields: The Rayjet 300 is an education version of the Speedy 300.  It is difficult to find a direct comparison in the literature but anecdotal research ((http://​www.sawmillcreek.org/​showthread.php?​223598-Trotec-Speedy-300-versus-the-Rayjet-300)) yields:
  
-  *Speedy 300 is faster ​(possibly the fastest on the market?)+  *Speedy 300 is faster
   *Speedy 300, 360 & 400 Can have a 'harsh environment kit' fitted ​ - meaning a more sealed in cutting area.   *Speedy 300, 360 & 400 Can have a 'harsh environment kit' fitted ​ - meaning a more sealed in cutting area.
   *Speedy 300 uses JobControl - Rayjet 300 used Rayet Minimanager ​   *Speedy 300 uses JobControl - Rayjet 300 used Rayet Minimanager ​
  
-Other than these points they appear to be functionally and physically very similar. ​ The biggest issue with the Rayjet is the lack of Job Control software. ​ +Other than these points they appear to be functionally and physically very similar. ​ The biggest issue with the Rayjet is the lack of Job Control software, which requires the laser be addressed as a printer.
  
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