Spartanics

Finecut High-Speed Label Laser Die Cutting Machine

Spartanics announces a new speed benchmark of 125 meters/minute now possible with the Spartanics Finecut High-Speed Laser Die Cutting Machine, the world?s only laser cutters with the single scan head design and software engineering that avoid defects and quality issues inevitable with multiple scan head laser cutters.

 

The enhanced Spartanics Finecut High-Speed Label Laser Die Cutting Machine [AM1](http://www.spartanics.com/products_detail.cgi?id_num=50&styleid=2 ) will make its worldwide premiere at LabelExpo Europe 2009 in Brussels, Luxembourg, Stand 9F52, September 23 ? 26, 2009. Spartanics will also unveil plans for a laser die cutting module designed to integrate with existing converting and printing lines.

Mike Bacon, Spartanics VP Sales and Marketing, comments, ?Because you eliminate the time and cost for tool production, laser cutting, especially with the advanced software engineering in all Spartanics Finecut models, has always provided faster turnaround for short run jobs. Now, with the new speeds of up to 125 meters/minute, the production efficiencies possible with the Finecut High-Speed Laser Die Cutting Machines make them the cutting tool of choice for a wide range of applications and materials, and especially for label applications with adhesive layers which literally gum up the works of tool-based cutting systems or that tend to melt when cut with every other brand and model of laser cutting machines that don?t have the advanced Spartanics? software engineering at work.?

For detailed technical explanations of why single scan head design avoids quality issues inevitable in multiple scan head laser cutters, see the Spartanics Laser Cutting Technical Guide at http://www.spartanics.com/white_papers_detail.cgi?id_num=10 .

finishing 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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