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Print firm to showcase laser cutting capabilities

Print supplier Printers Superstore is set to showcase its laser cutting capabilities at its upcoming ‘Laser Cutting Open House’.

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The Hans Gronhi LC340S sheetfed laser die cutter

The event will take place at its Leeds showroom on Wednesday, March 27th, where the supplier will showcase its Hans Gronhi LC340S sheetfed SRA3 laser die cutter.

Commenting on why the firm feels it is important to showcase this particular machine, Graham Moorby, managing director of Printers Superstore says: “Compared to other technologies, LC series machines can produce amazingly intricate jobs that are impossible to produce by any other method.

“They are quick to set up and do not require any cutting forms. So even simple tasks can be handled more efficiently. Run lengths can be as low as one copy. A major benefit of the LC machine is its twin lasers which ensure the sharpest dot and keep cuts as perpendicular to the sheet as possible. Twin camera capture allows for superb registration whether sheets are printed litho or digitally.”

A major benefit of the LC machine is its twin lasers which ensure the sharpest dot and keep cuts as perpendicular to the sheet as possible

While many laser cutting machines have a flatbed design, the LC340S is a production sheetfed machine which the firm says will suit commercial printers of all types.

Another reason Printers Superstore has decided to showcase this machine is because of its ability to kiss-cut to create products such as adhesive labels, including the ability to crease, perforate and etch into a large variety of substrates – opening up companies to new niche markets.

The firm hopes to attract a diverse range of users from label printers and greetings card manufacturers to more marketing-focused companies and specialist finishers, to the event.

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter.


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