A perfect stage for Zund
FESPA Digital will provide the perfect stage for Zünd to demonstrate the time-saving features and supercharged productivity of its digital cutting and finishing systems, where modular design makes it possible to tailor configurations to meet very specific production and automation needs.
Every machine is designed for 24/7 operation and is capable of processing the widest range of materials up to a thickness of 100 mm (4 inches).
Visitors to the stand will be able to see how the Zünd automatic sheet feeder provides a perfect example of how users can easily, but dramatically increase their productivity by automating the loading of sheeted goods. Pre-printed sheets and lighter-weight board materials can be processed in a fully automated workflow with minimal operator intervention. This setup enables even high-volume jobs to be completed quickly and efficiently, without compromising flexibility.
Another highlight of the stand will be the G3 M-2500 tandem cutting system. In a tandem (also known as ‘pendulum’) semi-automated production workflow, loading or unloading can take place simultaneously to cutting. While materials are manually loaded on one side of the machine, cutting or processing continues on the other, which maximises productivity by increasing throughput and reducing machine idle time. This demonstration system is equipped with a router and the new, ultra-fast high- Electric Oscillating Tool (EOT-250), which is ideal for processing substrates such as Re-board and other thick, multi-layered or cored cardboard materials. This powerful tool is equipped with a motor drive capable of processing even the thickest, toughest materials at maximum speed.
Another attraction will be a fully automated Zünd cutting system configured for processing rolls of substrates up to 100-kg (220-lb). A sophisticated tension-control mechanism ensures flawless cutting of even the most challenging textiles, enabling these materials to be processed without wrinkling or stretching. A cutter extension at the front of the machine provides an offload area that makes it possible for the cutting process to continue without interruption. Interested visitors to the stand will be able to experience for themselves how easy the system makes it to process every kind of printed substrate, be that vinyl, banners, or textiles.
All Zünd cutting solutions on display will be by the latest version of the Zünd Cut Center (ZCC) digital workflow suite. One of the suite’s new features is that is generates comprehensive production data with a detailed list of processing times for each job. ZCC lends itself perfectly to seamless integration in the digital printing and cutting workflow. Processing times and throughput for each job can also be sent automatically to all commonly used RIP programs, which enable print service providers to keep track of costs throughout every phase of production.
Hall B1, Stand 140
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