Summa America Introduces the New Twin Workflow
Summa America (Booth 253) is giving first-hand insight into the following finishing solutions, focused on increasing productivity.
Summa is introducing its Twin workflow. It was developed to increase production and ensure a smooth workflow. With the Twin workflow it is now possible to decide after finishing the print job whether the job will be cut on an S Class 2 OPOS CAM Series, on an F series flatbed table or both. The Twin workflow enables users to use the same cut-data on both machines and read the same marks with the built-in camera. In order to enhance user-friendliness even more, both machines can also read the Summa Postnet barcode. The Roll-up system on the S Class 2 OPOS CAM roll cutter allows an easy switch from roll cutter to flatbed table.
Summa is also showcasing its flagship flatbed cutter at the SGIA event: the F2630. With Summa’s largest cutting table, Summa is demonstrating numerous finishing solutions to an extensive range of demanding applications. Whether it be plastic, wood, banner or textile, Summa’s highly flexible finishing system can be tailored to handle any kind of substrate.
Also, attendees can see the Tandem mode in action. The Tandem mode can only be used on the F1330 and the F2630, and allows users to increase their productivity. With the Tandem Mode, the active working area on the flatbed can be divided into front and back processing areas, which enables the operator to load and unload material on one end of the table, while cutting material on the other end of the table. This will avoid idle periods during the processing of material, which will add significant value to the overall workflow.
Summa America is also exhibiting some of its roll cutter series, such as Summa’s workhorse, the S2D140, the S2TC160 with Tangential knife, as well as the D160RL (LAN) and their renowned solid D60R Roll Cutter, demonstrating the everlasting sturdiness and reliability of roll-to-roll vinyl cutting.