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Speeding up with Sign Up Systems

Nottingham-based Sign Up Systems has purchased a Blackman & White Genesis V flatbed digital cutting system from i-Sub in an effort to speed up finishing and diversify its work.

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Sign Up Systems installed the machine in June

The device, which arrived at Sign Up in early June, has a top cutting speed of 1200mm/sec and can handle materials up to 50mm thick. 

Tool options allow cutting, creasing, routing, v-cutting and cardboard engineering, which Sign Up said allows it to finish packaging and marketing materials as well as branded workwear. 

Sign Up’s managing director Jon Bromhead comments: “This machine gives us a competitive edge that we didn’t have before.

"It allows us to offer much more when it comes to print as finishing is key to the final product. It gives us a bigger product range and helps us to diversify as well as allowing us to finish and produce a lot more products in-house."

Sign Up Systems purchased the machine from i-Sub, having previously invested in a dye-sublimation machine from the company in 2019.

This machine gives us a competitive edge that we didn’t have before

Emma Plant, sales director at i-Sub, says: "We were delighted that Sign Up Systems invited i-Sub to work with them and guide them to the best solution for their new finishing requirements. 

"They are a very forward-thinking business. This was demonstrated by their decision to invest in new technology to grow the business and ensure their client's needs were met whilst offering the best quality products and service available.

"The Blackman and White cutter also offers peace of mind for future growth as the machine has the capacity for further production volume, ensuring Sign Up Systems not only has the confidence to take on more business and win new work now, but also to adapt to the changing needs of its customers in the future."

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