FESPA 2017 Preview – Finishing
End-to-end workflow solutions from Esko
On Stand 25, Hall 2A1, Esko will demonstrate automated end-to-end workflow solutions incorporating hardware and software, which are designed to facilitate faster turnaround times, fewer errors and improved profitability.
The company will demonstrate the Artios CAD structured design software that is ideal for the creation of POP, POS and freestanding displays and the Artios CAD Display Store. Also on display will be Studio, a 3D design solution for Adobe Illustrator that enables a 3D preview of displays to allow customers to see an exact digital image of the finished product.
Esko will also demonstrate the latest X20 and C60 versions of the Kongsberg digital finishing tables, with the C60 incorporating a new automatic feed and stacking system.
For further information visit:www.esko.com
Tool up with ITC
A range of new specialist cutting and routing tools will be demonstrated by Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) on Stand A25, Hall B7, where it will be sharing the space with its Swiss partner, Easy-2-Trade, specialists in the development of knife and blade tools.
Tools from both companies will be shown in operation on a Bullmer digital cutting table, which will be used to cut, mark and carve a wide range of signmaking, print and packaging materials.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to examine the new Vitreo coated tools and the popular range of balanced cutting tools for high speed spindles on routing machines and cutting tables, which offer improved precision, better tool life and consistency, as well as enhanced surface finishes on components.
Other attractions will include ITC’s extensive range of knife tools and blades for CNC cutting tables.
For further information, visit: www.itc-ltd.co.uk
Finishing options galore from Summa
Summa will be offering visitors to its stand (Stand C7, Hall B7) the chance to see its customised finishing solutions for an extensive range of applications, using everything from roll-to-roll vinyl, PVC and paper, to cardboard, acrylics, wood and textiles.
Taking pride of place will be Summa’s newly developed Automated Depth Control (ADC) featureand the HF router, both of which add significant value to the overall working process. The ADC simplifies tool, knife or bit changes by means of accurate measurement and is available for all F Series units and tools of the tangential module.
The HF (High Frequency) router provides smoother finishing for rigid substrates and less rapid wear of the bits, as well as higher processing speeds. It can be used to process most solid boards, as well as wood, MDF, ACP and acrylics..
For further information visit: www.summa.eu
To the cut with Universal
Laser engraving, marking and cutting solutions will be demonstrated by Universal Laser Systems (ULS) on Stand A41, Hall B5.
Products on display will include ULS’ VLS desktop model, the compact all-rounder, plus its PLS model, which is built for higher performance and productivity, while Laser Interface+,the powerful user software, makes it easy to modify thousands of materials. Power, speed and other relevant settings are automatically calculated using a pre-defined materials database that is aligned to the customer-specific material thickness and the available laser power.
For further information visit: www.ulsinc.com