Zünd demonstreert productieve snijsystemen op FESPA

De Zwitserse fabrikant Zünd presenteert zijn serie productieve snijsystemen op FESPA. Verregaande automatisering en snel op verschillende materialen in te stellen robotsystemen werken met QR-codes, garanderen minder foutkansen en een optimale productiviteit zoals getoond wordt met de S3 M-800 fully automated cutting configuratie. Meer info over wat Zünd gaat laten zien lees je in het onderstaande persbericht van Zünd.

Zünd to demonstrate productivity features at FESPA Digital

Zund op FESPA

The Swiss manufacturer will present its latest high-performance, ultra-versatile digital cutting solutions for commercial printers and other print service providers. In conjunction with its modular flatbed cutters, Zünd will exhibit automation and productivity features for every application and production environment.

With these latest automation solutions, the company has further perfected its range of modular, adaptable material-handling options available for both material loading and off-loading. One of the highlights is the new collaborative robot being shown as part of an S3 M-800 fully automated cutting configuration.

The integrated robotic off-load system automatically picks up cut parts from the machine and stacks them at predefined locations. The robot is designed to operate autonomously in production environments in which the human operator and robotic device are working together to accomplish a task.

This fully automated production workflow also involves automatic job retrieval via QR-code. The integrated camera system captures the QR-code printed with each job, which enables Zünd Cut Center – ZCC to automatically retrieve the matching cut file.

In addition, the ZCC system automatically determines the exact location and orientation of the graphics. In case of distortions in material or print, it automatically makes adjustments to the cut path for a perfect match between cut and print.

ARC automates bit changes

With the new Automatic Router Bit Changer – ARC, Zünd highlights yet another automation solution. The ARC system comes with a freely configurable magazine that holds up to 8 router bits. During processing, the ARC automatically selects the correct bit for the material and task at hand.

This automation feature reduces setup times to a minimum and significantly enhances process reliability. The ARC is ideal for efficiently routing, polishing, and engraving applications involving aluminum, wood, plastics, or composites.

Distortion-free advancing with center winder

Attendees can also see a Zünd G3 3XL-1600 cutting system in action. This high-performance cutting configuration is especially well suited for wide-format finishing of graphics on vinyl and other rolled materials up to 3.21 m / 10 ft wide. The center-winder roll-off with integrated dancer system guarantees optimal tension control that allows for wrinkle- and distortion-free processing of textiles.

Tandem operation for unsurpassed productivity

Especially when it comes to material loading and unloading, Zünd has put a great deal of efforts into not just supporting but enhancing the already remarkable productivity of its cutting systems.

A perfect example is the option to equip Zünd cutters with a tandem operating setup. In this configuration, the cutter surface is essentially divided into two independently controllable working areas.

Material loading/unloading and processing occur concurrently on alternate sides of the machine, allowing for completely uninterrupted production. This setup is indispensable in production scenarios where every second count, e.g. for efficiently and economically completing last-minute orders with tight delivery schedules.

Zünd will be showing its latest modular flatbed cutters and finishing solutions in Hall 1, Stand G90 at FESPA Digital 2016, from 8-11 March at Rai Amsterdam.

For more information on the show and to register to attend, visit: www.fespadigital.com. For free entry don’t forget to use code ADOZ0106.

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Rob van den Braak

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