Summa has introduced a new size in its F Series flatbed finishing systems, the F1832, which it says will enable printers to develop their businesses in different innovation markets, including soft signage.
The new F1832, largely based on the proven technology of Summa’s F Series flatbed systems, provides provide cutting quality, durability and tool modularity, within a userfriendly working operation, according to Summa. It adds that, with a working area of 184 cm wide, the F1832 flatbed system can process popular material widths in order to meet customer demands and provide the digital printing industry with a robust finishing solution.
The F1832’s working area matches popular sizes, such as 150cm wide roll material and 152 x 304cm rigid board material. Summa’s F Series cuts a range of substrates and sizes with its extended range of tools and modules, which fit on all the F Series sizes available.
Summa says this additional size in the F Series range will fulfill every popular demand. Combine this with the productive durability of Summa’s rotary tool and the F1832 is ready to conquer also the textile market with the ability to cut the popular textile size of 183 cm.
Jean-Pierre De Moor, APAC business development manager at Summa, says, “Thanks to the F1832’s added ability to cut popular sizes of roll material, rigid board material and textiles we can easily conclude the multifunctional use of the F1832 make it the ideal workhorse to offer numerous high-end cut solutions within the sign making, textile and digital print industries.
“Moreover, a large number of available features and add-ons on the F1832, such as the standard conveyor, ADC, Tandem Mode, camera system further expand the capabilities of the F1832 and lead to a substantial increase of productivity”.
Summa will showcase the new F1832 flatbed system during the Fespa Berlin show in May.