Laser and rotary die cutting

  • 20-Aug-2010 03:34 EDT
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The Finecut-Plus-Rotary combination laser and rotary die cutting system from Spartanics provides the speed and capabilities of rotary die cutters without the high lifetime costs for dies. It aids in the transition to short-run jobs with limitless cut configurations. Capabilities include rotary die cutting at speeds up to 400 ft/min, tool-free laser die cutting with accurate single-source lasers at speeds up to 300 ft/min, and rotary sheeting for cutting variable lengths as much as two times faster than traditional guillotine sheeters. Semi-rotary die cutting with X, Y registration assists in interchanging job setups while maintaining speeds as fast as 100 ft/min. Add-on modules enable UV coatings, lamination, and slitting. Laser die cutting features include automated optimization of cutting paths, entire job setups from vector-based drawings in seconds, and defect-free cutting on a range of polycarbonate, polyester, paper, abrasives, and magnetic materials.

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