Videos of Our Machines at Work
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.
Shown in this video is the LaserBridge creating a two-color appliqué with etched designs underneath it.
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.
In this video, using the LaserBridge machine, you see a reverse appliqué technique used to add the word ” Philadelphia” to cut pieces. Two different patterns of lace are used showing the variety that can be created.
This video shows the Proel LaserBridge cutting a Flower parts.
In this video, you see a LaserBridge with a Roller attachment. This is designed to hold a roll of fabric that can be perforated or cut with any type of pattern. The roller continuously feeds the fabric under the laser as it cuts the design.
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.
The Spartacus is a standalone galvanometric laser that is ideal for cutting leather pieces for making shoes, engraving on clear acrylic, and doing production-level embroidery appliqué. Photographs also can be etched into a variety of surfaces to create products for memorial and anniversary markets.
In this video, the Spartacus is shown decorating a variety of substrates. Leather shoe pieces are etched, perforated and cut out. Shoe soles made of wood and leather are engraved. A photograph is shown etched into leather, and clear acrylic is engraved. Examples of embroidered appliqués also are presented. Watch this video to see the wide range of substrates that can be decorated with a standalone laser.
This video shows a two-layer appliqué
This video of the E-Laser in action shows the embroidery machine sewing the Last name and numbers on a jersey. The E-Laser can be attached to any make or model of embroidery machine and allows an operator to do traditional appliqué work up to four times faster.
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.
Watch how, with the use of an optical eye and Vision software, a laser can be used to contour cut storyboard figures out of felt as well as embroidered emblems.
Emblems have been embroidered, two across, on a roll of fabric. This video shows the roll being cut by a standalone laser using a video camera and Vision software.
The FibreMarker is designed for marking and engraving metals, plastic.