See Zünd UK at Packaging Innovations
Zünd UK will showcase a Zünd S3 M1600 digital cutting system at Packaging Innovations this autumn, where it will be demonstrating the machine’s exceptional capabilities in sample-making and short-run packaging production.
Returning to Olympia in London on 13th-14th September, Packaging Innovations, which will be co-located with the Luxury Packaging show, will feature an awards programme, seminars, advice, networking opportunities, new products and machinery demonstrations.
Zünd UK has been a regular exhibitor at the show and will once again be found at stand D2 over the two-day event, where visitors will be able to see running demonstrations of the Zünd S3 M1600 and find information on the entire Zünd range.
In particular, the Zünd UK team will be showcasing the benefits of the Zünd S3 and its complementary software, modules and tools for packaging designers looking to increase the speed, accuracy, cost efficiency and overall quality of their samples and short-run work.
The machine will be shown processing the carton and corrugated materials typically used by businesses in this market, but it can handle a wide range of substrates, including plywood, plastics and foams, thus enabling packaging professionals to explore potential diversification channels.
In common with all Zünd digital cutting systems, the Zünd S3 features a modular design to ensure each user has the perfect configuration to meet their needs, both upon installation and in the future, with upgrades, changes to modules and new tool installations possible at any time. At Packaging Innovations, visitors will be able to see demonstrations of the Zünd S3 M1600, a medium-sized option in the S3 range; cutting tables with smaller and larger bed sizes are available, all with an energy-efficient vacuum system to hold down material for accurate cutting.
To book a meeting with Zünd UK at the show, or for further information on Zünd cutting systems Contact Zund UK on Tel: call 01727 833003, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.zund.co.uk