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Translations of 2011 Edition of Spartanics Laser Die Cutting Technical Guide Now Available

Chinese, French, Spanish, English and German editions of the 2011Edition of Spartanics Laser Die Cutting Technical Guide are now available by writing to LaserCuttingGuide@spartanics.com.

This technical guide provides comprehensive information on laser technology updates. Some of the topics discussed include:

  • how to distinguish between obsolete, lower-end and upper-end laser cutting systems;
  • combination laser cutting and rotary die cutters;
  • interchangeable sheet-fed and roll-fed laser cutting systems;
  • bar-code enabled rapid changeovers with combinations of digital printers and digital die cutters.
  • This expanded edition includes reports on laser die cutting technology improvements since the Guide was first released in 2008.

    Laser Cutting Technical Guide Part I chapters include:

    1. Preface: Evolution of combination rotary-laser cutters, in-line laser cutting stations, and other laser cutting innovations since the 2008—first edition of the Guide
    2. Choosing Between Laser Cutting vs. Tool-based Die Cutting Systems;
    3. Quality and the Soft Marking Standard;
    4. Cutting Speed vs. Web Speed.

    Part II includes:

    1. Fallacy of the Double Scan Head Advantage;
    2. Systems Integration, User-Friendliness and Production Output;
    3. Selecting System Components; and
    4. Suggested Method for Sourcing Laser Cutting Technology.

    Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA-headquartered Spartanics (www.spartanics.com) specializes in tightly integrating advanced software engineering with sophisticated handling systems to manufacture best-in-class technology for both tool-free (laser-based), steel rule die, and male/female hard tool cutting systems, screen printing systems and other equipment for fabricating products made from flat stock materials. Its worldwide service organization uses state-of-the-art virtual service technician technology and also maintains offices and spare parts in Europe.

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