Raster images are formed by laying down closely placed parallel patterns of dots to form images. The patented SuperSpeed option works in connection with the Dual Laser Configuration feature available on some Universal systems to pulse each laser independent of the other. This means that two lines of a raster image can be engraved or marked simultaneously, dramatically reducing raster job completion times and increasing productivity. This feature requires two lasers with the same power level to perform properly. For jobs that combine cutting and engraving, the lasers can be split to increase raster engraving performance and then recombined to take advantage of the combined vector cutting power of both lasers.