Sign & Digital Graphics

June '19

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34 • June 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S DIGITAL PRINTING AND FINISHING DIGITAL GRAPHICS new area for growth. With a number of new flatbed cutter options available, SDG offers an overview of some of the current product trends in the market, as well as a look at the most important features to have on your machine if you are shop- ping for a new system or an upgrade. Gerber Adds MCT Digital Last fall, Gerber Technology made a major move in this market by acquir- ing MCT Digital, thus adding modular laser cutting technology to their exist- ing industrial strength finishing solu- tion hardware and software portfolio. "The addition of M C T 's high-end large-format cutting builds on Gerber's heritage in the sign and graphics and packaging industries, as well as giving Gerber a key technology platform to serve its industrial markets," explains Lenny Marano, vice president, Product Management & Marketing Automation Systems at Gerber Technology, Tolland, Connecticut. Colex Finishing Inc.'s Maureen Damato says that the Colex Sharpcut excels at being one of the most versatile and user-friendly machines on the market. (Image courtesy of Colex Finishing Inc.) Sierhuis, a company in the Dutch city of Alkmaar, has increased workflow and extended its signage business with the purchase of Summa's F1832 flatbed finishing system. (Images courtesy of Summa)

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