Kongsberg PCS Showcases Power, Performance & Versatility at ISA Expo
Kongsberg Precision Cutting Systems (‘Kongsberg PCS’) will showcase the power, performance, and versatility of its digital finishing solutions when it displays its flagship Kongsberg C64 system, its modular Kongsberg X24 table, and the newly released MultiCam Celero 4322 at the ISA International Sign Expo in May.
“Our single table virtual demo was hugely popular with last year’s ISA visitors, so we decided to expand our booth this year and ensure that visitors can see even more of our systems finishing a range of varied materials,” said Heather Roden, sales director Americas at Kongsberg PCS. “From May 4-6, we’ll be running the machines throughout the day at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, giving visitors the chance to witness in person the precision, speed, and consistency delivered by the tables."
“We will demonstrate how digital finishing with Kongsberg solutions is automatically easier, with the systems having the ability to be automated for a variety of materials, whether it’s in workflow, material handling or tooling swaps, we delight in minimizing human error and improving efficiency and productivity,” she said.
“With state-of-the-art engineering and aerospace technology, the Kongsberg C Series is renowned for delivering the very highest levels of performance,” said Roden. “With the available tooling combination, businesses can manufacture signs of any variety quickly and easily while being confident in achieving the best quality of the final product. At ISA, we’ll not only demonstrate its power and precision but also how productivity is boosted with Multi-Zone production,” she said. “The mode allows two sheets to be loaded simultaneously. An operator can prepare one zone, while the table processes the other, with automatic change when a zone is completed, dramatically increasing productivity and performance.”
At the other side of the booth (#2501), the team will also be delivering continuous demos of its Kongsberg X24, easily the most versatile digital finishing device on the market. “In today’s volatile market, where both customer demands and capabilities of technology change rapidly, it is important to invest in equipment that offers the flexibility to grow in line with business needs,” said Roden. “The X24 delivers this, not just through its wide range of applications but also because it is a cutting table that can evolve via an initial X24 Edge system investment. Packed with a wide range of specialty tools, the system offers speed, power, and flexibility to handle a wide variety of materials and can easily be upgraded as a business grows.”
The Kongsberg PCS team will also showcase the new MultiCam Celero 4322 Digital Cutting System, uniquely designed for graphics, signage, display, and packaging applications. “We’re really excited to be showcasing the all new Celero 4322 on the Kongsberg PCS digital finishing booth,” said Roden. “In particular, the wide-format capabilities will offer new applications to sign businesses, with the Celero able to cut up to one 10-foot roll or two 53-inch rolls side by side.
“The Celero 4322 continues with our innovation and automation in providing the opportunity for both Automatic Knife and Automatic Tool Changers,” said Heather. “This enables an assortment of different cutting tools to be changed without any operator intervention - providing a big step forward toward offering unattended finishing. The popular Automatic Tool Changing System automates those multiple bit changes with the ultimate flexibility.”
Heather said she knows the ISA International Sign Expo will be a huge success for Kongsberg PCS. “We can’t wait for users to see in-person how our latest developments in digital finishing solutions can help them to boost their business,” she said.
To see the Kongsberg C64, Kongsberg X24, and MultiCam Celero 4322 in action or to discuss digital finishing solutions, visit Heather Roden and the Kongsberg PCS team at booth #2501 at this year’s ISA Expo.
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