Eurolaser presents large format textile cutting
German company Luneburg has brought out a large-format textile laser cutting machine. The 3XL-3200 has a 3.2m x 3.2m processing table.
Blinds, curtains, shutters and gates require clean textile cuts in extremely large formats. The company says it is the only supplier in the upper quality segment that offers processing tables with a width and length of up to 3.20 metres.
The precise roll feeding and the tension-free transport via the specially developed conveyor are designed to ensure maximum reliability. The company’s consultants will answer all questions on individual processing situations and requirements directly on-site.
According to the manufacturer, Eurolaser system tables combine Swiss precision with German engineering. They are fundamentally modular and are configured individually for customers and their applications.
Consequently, various requirements for the processing can be taken into account. For example, engravings, markings or labels can be added in just one single production run. Besides, other tools, for example, for optical recognition on printed materials can be integrated.
Eurolaser's durable and high-precision laser cutting systems can process a variety of materials, such as plastics, foams, textiles, adhesive foils, woods, acrylics, composites and much more. The high-quality components are said to guarantee reliability, extreme long service life and a positive price-performance balance for the user.
“By acquiring a eurolaser system, a long-standing partnership with the manufacturer will be established. This ensures competent and fast support, the supply of high-quality materials and spare parts as well as the ongoing option for expansions,” the company reports.
The Eurolaser-Academy offers all necessary user seminars concerning efficient and environmentally friendly operation and maintenance on-site. In addition, there are user tips, further developments and new problem solutions so that manufacturing processes can be further optimised or extended.
Cutting, routing and engraving at FESPA Global Print Expo
Although finishing covers a wide range of technologies, from laminating through to cutting, all products covered by this topic have something in common – they have a major impact on how the finished article looks and feels.
FESPA 2018 will play host to some of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of finishing equipment from around the world. Visitors to the Messe Berlin, from 15-18 May, will be able to get up close and personal with a wide range of machines, as well as speak with finishing experts about how they can improve output.
For more information on FESPA 2018, the companies that will exhibit and to sign up to attend as a visitor, please visit: www.fespaglobalprintexpo.com
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