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See Kongsberg Precision Cutting Systems’ latest innovations

See Kongsberg Precision Cutting Systems’ latest innovations
Kongsberg Precision Cutting Systems will be showcasing its latest digital finishing innovations when the FESPA Global Print Expo makes its eagerly-anticipated return to the RAI in Amsterdam on 12th-15th October.

Demonstrating how advances in technology can empower creative freedom in print, display and packaging manufacturing, Kongsberg PCS will be displaying its compact new C20 – the smallest high-speed production table on the market – together with the unique VariAngle Tool that enables cutting at any angle from 0o and 60o at high speeds. The Kongsberg PCS booth will also feature the company’s impressive C64 digital finishing table together with Motorized Roll Feeder, thus providing attendees with the chance to see how the combination simplifies continuous production of high volumes of wide format soft signage and textile jobs.

This year’s FESPA Global Print Expo marks the return of the live event following last year’s postponement. Commenting on the return of the show, Wim Brunsting, Sales Director for Europe and the Middle East (EMEA) with Kongsberg PCS, said: “We’re all hugely excited to be making our debut at FESPA, marking our first time at the event since becoming a standalone company earlier this year.

“We will be demonstrating our latest digital finishing innovations and are looking forward to giving visitors the opportunity to get a close-up look at our advanced Kongsberg solutions as well as discussing our vision for the future.”

Across the four-day event, the Kongsberg PCS team will be on hand to meet attendees, address questions and show a series of presentations and demonstrations at the Kongsberg booth – M70, in Hall 5 of the RAI Exhibition Centre.

Wim continued: “While the new Kongsberg C20 is the smallest in the Kongsberg C Series range, visitors will be able to see first-hand how it packs all the professional features of its bigger counterparts into a compact size of just 1.6m x 1.4m. Both industrial and small sign shops require a high-speed cutting table to keep up with the manufacturing process, but floorspace comes at a premium, with the high costs of owning or renting space a serious problem for many in the sign and display market. Howevr, with the new Kongsberg C20, there is no longer any need for those businesses to compromise on production and quality due to a lack of available floorspace.

“With the VariAngle Tool fitted to the C20, historic constraints for designers are removed, giving them total freedom in the creativity of their 3D displays. Not only does this maximise customer satisfaction but it also helps to increase efficiency and productivity. The Kongsberg VariAngle completely removes the need to stop production when changing tools, drastically reducing setup times and increasing cutting speed.”

The Kongsberg PCS booth will also feature one of its larger digital cutting solutions, the Kongsberg C64. Wim explained: “The C64 table delivers the highest levels of performance. Its state-of-the-art engineering and aerospace technology delivers the greatest cutting accuracy and consistency. Attendees can witness how, when coupled with the Kongsberg Motorised Roll Feeder, continuous production of high volumes of wide format soft signage and textile jobs are made simple.”

With the Motorised Roll Feeder, innovative features work together to achieve the perfect final cut – even on the most challenging and tensile substrates. The built-in Kongsberg iPC software compensates for any distortion, while a curve registration algorithm determines exact cut size, taking into account all material properties for shrink, stretch or melting.

“We’re incredibly excited to welcome FESPA visitors to the Kongsberg PCS stand and to demonstrate how Kongsberg cutting solutions and the various tooling options can help realise the most creative of designs,” concluded Wim.

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