At Fespa 2020 in Madrid, Zund will present its latest digital cutting systems including the Zund G3 cutter for the digitally printed textiles market. The company will also demonstrate a range of options to automate Print&Cut workflow.
Zund digital cutting systems offer a variety of processing methods for a wide range of materials. The modular concept that characterizes the entire range and the numerous automation solutions make every Zund Cutter a top performer in cutting, the company says. At Fespa in Madrid (hall 7, booth C25), Zund will show trade visitors how to trim their Print&Cut workflow down to maximum efficiency with the right software tools and the right hardware.
At the Zund booth, visitors will learn about the processing performance of Zund’s software tools and cutting systems. They will also experience live the ways they can process their materials – with high performance and maximum flexibility. The RM-L from Zund is a robust routing solution. With its power of up to 3.6 kW, the RM-L opens up a wide range of possibilities in terms of material selection. Combined with the automatic router bit changer ARC, router handling can be completely automated.
FESPA said: “Digitally printed textiles are the latest trend in advertising. Innovative and universally applicable digital cutting solutions like the Zund G3 cutter are in demand for this reason. It will be in action at Fespa, cutting textiles to shape from rolls of up to 3.2 m in width. The Zund Cut Center ZCC operating software with associated registration system also offers a wide range of options. The Over Cutter Camera OCC, for example, records material position and distortion fully automatically and at lightning speed. The ZCC compensates for any material distortion and immediately starts cutting.
“Print service providers and advertising professionals are required to efficiently and economically produce individualized products in small batches and ultra-short runs. With faster and faster delivery times. Zund offers the right workflows to meet these requirements while ensuring maximum efficiency and economy.”