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Summa unveils the F1832 finishing system

Summa unveils the F1832 finishing system

Summa has introduced its new size F Series flatbed finishing system, the F1832, which is largely based on the proven technology of Summa’s F Series flatbed systems.

In common with the other machines in the F Series, the F1832 offers unsurpassed cutting quality, excellent durability and maximum tool modularity within a user-friendly working operation. With this new size Summa plans to further develop its business in different innovation markets.

With a working area of 184 cm wide, the F1832 flatbed system is ideal for processing popular material widths in order to meet customer demands and to provide the digital printing industry with a robust finishing solution.

The F1832’s working area is a perfect match for popular sizes; such as 150cm wide roll materials and 152 x 304cm rigid board materials. Summa’s F Series is known for cutting a wide range of substrates and sizes with its extended range of tools and modules, which can be used on all of the F Series machines.

This additional size in the F Series range will fulfil every signmaking and print requirement and, when combined with the productive durability of Summa’s rotary tool, the F1832 can also be used to cut 183cm wide textiles too.

Geert Pierloot, Summa’s Business and Development Manager, explained: “Thanks to the F1832’s added ability to cut popular sizes of roll material, rigid boards and textiles, we can conclude that its multifunctional use makes it the ideal workhorse for numerous high-end cut solutions within the signmaking, textile and digital print industries. Moreover, a large number of features and add-ons, such as the standard conveyor, ADC, tandem mode, and camera system further expands its capabilities and leads to a substantial increase in productivity.”

The Automated Depth Control (ADC) is a handy tool to simplify bit, tool and knife changes, which will reduce operator error to a minimum. When starting up the machine after a tool change, the ADC measures all installed tools accurately to detect any changes and thus ensures optimal settings are always maintained. With the ADC, Summa enables its customers to realise fast tool changes, which adds flexibility to their overall workflow and enhances user-friendliness, quality and productivity of the flatbed cutter to the fullest.

The new F1832 flatbed system will be showcased, amongst other Summa products, during FESPA Global Expo 2018, which takes place in Berlin on 15th-18th of May. Summa welcomes visitors to Stand B21 in Hall 4.2, where it will be providing demonstrations on the wide range of Summa products.

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