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AXYZ set to showcase Trident’s firepower

Ahead of its appearance at The Print Show this year, AXYZ has announced that it will use the event to demonstrate its Trident hybrid CNC routing and knife-cutting print finishing system to visitors from a wide range of backgrounds.

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AXYZ says the Trident can increase output by up to 50 percent by comparison with standard CNC routers

The solution offers both routing and cutting capabilities in a single machine, which AXYZ says will allow large-format graphics and print finishing specialists to save costs by investing in one piece of kit rather than two separate devices.

AXYZ also says that Trident could help users increase output by up to 50 percent, by comparison with standard CNC routing machines.

“Trident has been developed to help resolve issues frequently encountered by both sectors and in particular the need to process an ever increasing range of different rigid and flexible media that invariably require a wider, deeper and longer routing/cutting capability,” AXYZ says.

The manufacturer goes on to say that Trident has a three-pronged processing configuration that “efficiently and harmoniously” to handle materials that might prove too challenging for traditional CNC routers.

AXYZ will feature on Stand GO9 at this year’s edition of The Print Show

AXYZ adds: “Due to this triple-head configuration, it is now possible to process virtually any flexible and/or rigid substrate, including materials as diverse as aluminium and other non-ferrous metals, aluminium composite materials (ACM), acrylic and plastics, foamed and corrugated board, vinyl, cardboard and paper.”

Other key features include a steel frame construction to better accommodate more vigorous machine operation, as well as an exclusive live vacuum deck that AXYZ says provides a maximum material hold-down capability and an integrated helical rack and pinion drive system.

In addition, Trident incorporates readily interchangeable blade attachments that can be as long as 12mm to enable the processing of harder, heavier and thicker materials.

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