Valiani Launches Invicta Entry-Level Cutting Solution
The latest addition by Valiani aims at repeating, and possibly outdoing, the Ultra V success, combining a significant enhancement of performance and a widening of the offer, while keeping the price unchanged.
Invicta will be available immediately in the 150 version, with a 100x150 cm cutting capacity, followed by 120 and 80 versions. All the models will be equipped with vacuum table and button clamp holding system, keeping that feature of distinctiveness which has always distinguished Valiani in the print and packaging market.
Invicta can be customized thanks to a wide range of tools, thereby ensuring great versatility in the processing of different materials, shapes and thicknesses1. The single-headed tool holder system allows to switch from one tool to another in a fast and user-friendly way, while processing any operation.
Invicta can be equipped with a camera and software for crop marks detection. Its most distinguishing feature in respect to the previous version is the possibility of installing a pneumatic oscillating cutting tool able to cut up to a thickness of 20 mm, thus enlarging the range of processable materials.
This cutting machine is marketed with an introductory price of € 21.900 end-user. The goal set by Valiani is to commercialize a product within the reach of everyone, while guaranteeing industrial machine-like performance. As with every Valiani machine, Invicta too has been designed and manufactured within Valiani factory, using mostly Italian components, in full accordance with the Made in Italy concept.
Invicta can boast its compliance with stringent Industry 4.0 requirements, CE certified, UL listed and above all a 5-YEAR warranty coverage, valid on sales throughout 2021. “Although 2020 was a terrible year negatively affected by the pandemic, we are very pleased with what has been done and achieved. After having completed the Omnia project we immediately launched it on the market. The automatic era has finally arrived for the Omnia. Concurrently we started planning the Invicta, and we are now about to release it, demonstrating that opportunities must be sought and seized” affirms Nico Valiani, Valiani’s CEO & Owner.
“The goal behind the Invicta was to build a cutting machine for everyone, able to meet the demands of an ever-increasing segment of customers, to manufacture an extremely reliable and versatile product, at a competitive price. This proves what may be achieved if supported by a farsighted vision, a careful planning phase and a fair share of know-how” concludes Nico Valiani.
The Invicta’s official market introduction is scheduled for early May. and intense activity on Valiani social networks and website is to be expected. Pre-orders are already numerous, and the first deliveries will be made by the end of the month.
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