Videos of Our Machines at Work
E-Laser 1200 cutting a 2 color ‘appliqué on demand’
E-Laser 1200 Laser Cutting ‘Applique on Demand’ of an individual name and the number 77. You can do this on jackets, jerseys, sweatshirts and other garments ‘on demand’ with the E-laser 1200 or E-laser Add On.
E-Laser 1200-Laser cutting a 2 layer appliqué of a shield and the letter B ‘On Demand’
: E-Laser 1200 Laser Cutting ‘Applique on Demand’ 2 layers of an individual name and number 99. This can be done ‘On Demand’ with the E-Laser 1200 for 1 piece or 100 pieces.
E-Laser 1200 Laser Cutting ‘ Applique on Demand’ each letter of BITO’s web address.
E-Laser 1200 Laser Cutting a Regular Appliqué of the red tackle, then Laser Cutting the black tackle twill in a Reverse Applique to make the Toyota Logo with minimal stitch count.
E-Laser 1200 Laser Cutting each letter and design of the Bito logo and website and the Techtextil Raleigh NC 2019. This design measured 36 x 14 inches and was done with less than 20,000 stitches and embroidered at a 750 stitch/minute speed in approximately 30 minutes. If this design was done 100% stitching it would be at a stitch count of 150,000 stitches and take approximately 3 1/2 hrs at a 750 stitch/minute speed to embroider
E-Laser 1200 Laser Cutting 2 Regular Appliqués to Embroider-Laser the Honda Logo.
E-Laser 1200 Laser Cutting 2 Applique to Embroider-Laser the BITO Logo
Boca Baby E Laser
E-Laser 1200 Laser Cutting different fabrics for Boca Baby.
: Z-Galva cutting a 2 Layer Applique to make the Ford Logo. The 1st layer is white felt the 2nd layer is blue satin.
Z-Galva cutting out each letter of LONG ISLAND and cutting out a Complex Applique of the Island itself
Z-Galva Laser Cutting Regular Applique of the Sherbrooke Logo using purple tackle twill.
Z-Galva Laser Cutting Regular and Reverse Applique of the Sherbrooke Logo using orange tackle twill.
Z-Galva Laser Cutting Applique-Etching of the Sherbrooke Logo which means: Etching the green tackle twill fabric first, then placing the hoop under the embroidery machine to stitch the Sherbrooke logo on the Etched green tackle twill fabric and then returning it back to the Z-Galva to do the Laser Cutting and thus give it the very unique look.
Z-Galva integrating with an 8 Head Embroidery Machine to cut out on demand the letters and numbers of ‘Factory 77’ for 8 hoops.
Z-Galva integrating with a multi head embroidery machine to cut 16 patches with 2 layers of felt on each hoop. It first cuts the top felt layer which is removed. The hoop is placed back under the Z-Galva cutting field to cut the 2 nd layer. The 2nd layer is also removed and you have 16 patches with 2 layers of felt fabric cut out in less than one minute.
A design “Beach Bum” is moved from the graphics computer to the LaserBridge and a reverse appliqué is created using fish net fabric as the appliqué material.
LaserBridge cutting 2 Appliques and Etching above and below the ‘Woman’ design.
In this video you see a reverse appliqué butterfly created on a ladies’ tank top. Not shown is a mesh material being laid down. Then, shown, is the unfinished ladies’ tank top piece being laid down on top of the mesh. The embroidery machine then sews the butterfly design. The LaserBridge cuts out inserts within the butterfly design. An operator weeds away the cut pieces, and you can see the mesh fabric peeking through the cut portions.
LaserBridge cutting each letter of ‘PHILADELPHIA’
LaserBridge cutting a continuous pattern of a Flower Design on the Border Frame Part 1’
Here, you can see how the roller feeds the fabric under the LaserBridge. Selected sections of a giraffe pattern are being cut by the laser, and then the fabric is advanced in preparation for the laser to cut the next section.
LaserBridge cutting a 2 Layer Applique of the ‘LaserBridge’ Logo and Etching above and below the design
Proel LaserBridge Ciao Logo Applique
LaserBridge Reverse Applique of an Eagle Design
LaserBridge of Continuous Greek Design on Border Frame.
LaserBridge cutting a Reverse Applique of each letter of NEW YORK CITY.
LaserBridge cutting a Disressed Look Applique of Quicksilver DLT
LaserBridge cutting out applique of every letter of PHILADELPHIA.
LaserBridge cutting out finished patches of the Proel Logo.
LaserBridge Etching Camels Designs and Laser Cutting Camels in a continuous pattern on synthetic leather in a Border Frame Part 2
LaserBridge Cutting circles and a continuous pattern on synthetic leather in a Border Frame Part 3.
LaserBridge Etching small camels on synthetic leather and Laser cutting the synthetic leather in a continuous strip in the Border Frame.
LaserBridge cutting a 2 Layer Applique, Reverse Applique and Complex Applique to make an interior design using satin fabrics.
LaserBridge cutting Complex Applique of a continuous Flower pattern on the Border Frame using different color satin fabrics.
LaserBridge cutting 2 Layer Applique to make the Ford Logo.
Vision – Laser Software
Vision is an optional software program offered by BITO USA that is designed to work with Proel laser cutters. Combined with a highly sophisticated video camera, this program gives a laser cutter the added capability of cutting complex and detailed shapes at high speeds regardless of their situated position.
It works with the LaserBridge® machine and standalone galvanometric laser-cutting equipment like the Spartacus. It is intended to cut out preprinted shapes and objects. Consider using it to contour cut ganged sheets of screen printed or digital transfers, decals, emblems, or screen printed or embroidered labels.