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Summa introduces the L1810 2nd generation laser cutter

Summa introduces the L1810 2nd generation laser cutter
Summa has introduced the L1810 second-generation laser cutter and its new software, GoProduce Laser Edition.

The new L1810 second generation, which is the first laser cutter to be fully developed by Summa, combines the expertise of Summa’s specialist laser division in the UK with the experience that Summa has acquired through managing large scale cutter production. It combines industrial design with an excellent laser source, optimal power control, an efficient feeding system and an improved scanning system, attributes which Summa claims, results in a top-notch high performing laser cutter.

In addition, the new GoProduce software perfectly complements the L1810 second generation and includes several smart, easy-to-use options and features to establish a fully automated workflow where operator comfort is key.

 Benefits of the new L1810 laser cutter include optimal power control through Summa OptiPower Technology (OPT), which keeps the laser-focused and precise, even on larger working areas for a longer time, consistent precision and quality thanks to the small, extremely focused laser beam that leaves edges sealed and soft without fraying and the high productivity it achieves through speedy acceleration and working methods, such as cut-on-the-fly.

Christof Van Driessche, Chief Commercial Officer at Summa, commented: “Summa continues to show true leadership as a supplier of high-end cutting solutions and the introduction of the second generation L1810 laser cutter is once more a milestone in Summa’s long history of legendary performance. This new workhorse will undoubtedly bring great performance and pleasure to many businesses active in the textile, apparel and sportswear industries.”

The L1810 second generation is available for orders and the GoProduce Laser Edition software will be available in March.

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