Zünd to display digital cutting technology – Hall 10 Stand F41

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Zünd will be sharing first-hand insights into its innovative digital cutting technologies

Swiss manufacturer of digital cutting systems, Zünd, will be sharing first-hand insights into its innovative digital cutting technologies at PrintPack India 2017. The cutters are available in 16 different sizes, from 1330 mm x 800 mm to 3210 mm x 3200 mm. These are modular by design and their built-in flexibility can be configured to meet a wide range of cutting requirements. Powered by the user software Zünd Cut Center (ZCC) with its open interface, the cutters can be easily integrated in any type of production environment. High-performance CAM in the software option supports the user in maximizing material yield through automatic nesting.

Owing to their modular design, Zünd high-performance cutting systems not only ensure high productivity but also make the investment worthwhile both in terms of immediate as well as lasting returns. This has been acknowledged by many packaging majors that use Zund cutting systems such as Parksons Packaging, Any Graphics, Nextgen, Exquisite, Kalajyoti, Kohinoor Packaging and Chennai Micro Prints, amongst others.

 

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