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Zünd UK is thrice as nice at Sign & Digital UK

Zünd UK is thrice as nice at Sign & Digital UK

 At Sign & Digital UK 208, Zünd UK will be showcasing its range of digital cutting systems on Stand K30.

Three of its cutting tables will be configured for use with different applications, with a Zünd G3 3XL1600 demonstrating textile finishing, a process that will undoubtedly be of interest to those businesses specialising in soft signage, as well as those looking to diversify into different markets.

The Zünd team will also be showing high-quality routing and polishing on a Zünd G3 L2500, fitted with the RM-L 3.6 kW router module. Launched last year, the RM-L module features a pneumatic clamping system and offers a routing depth up of to 50mm on a variety of materials, with surface compensation for precise routing and engraving on different material thicknesses.

The third machine, a Zünd S3 L1200, will be fitted with a robotic arm to show its speed and accuracy when automatically picking cut parts off the machine bed. This accelerates processes for a range of applications, thus freeing up operators’ time to prepare the next job.

In addition, a fourth Zünd system, the Zund S3 M1600, will be on display on the Canon stand (Stand H10), where it will be shown cutting both roll and rigid media as part of an almost seamless workflow with Canon printing equipment.

Built in Switzerland to high quality and safety standards, every Zünd machine can be retrofitted with new modules, tools and software at any time. As well as providing a future-proof investment, this enables users to explore new and complementary markets without having to invest in an entirely new system. Zünd UK also ensures its customers are supported by its St Albans-based team of expert engineers, throughout the extensive life of the machine.

For further information on Zünd cutting systems, Tel: 01727 833003, e-mail:

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