GRAPHICS PRO

July '21

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G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M 2 0 2 1 J U L Y G R A P H I C S P R O 7 9 CNCs use a higher voltage than smaller engravers or digital finishing systems. DIGITAL FINISHING SYSTEMS VERSUS CNC ROUTERS Digital f inishing systems can produce point-of-purchase displays and outdoor signage, but there has been "tremendous growth in interior design with wallpa- per, pillows, and upholstery," says Mark Packman, also of Multicam. ADA sig- nage, clothing, and textiles are also in huge demand, so it's important that shops that want to get into these markets in- vest in the right cutting system for their product line. "For digital f inishing, styrene, foam core, thin paper products, corrugate for packaging, rubber, or foam insulation The material on the machine dictates what tool is used to cut it. (Image courtesy Antares) Bouncing Off The Walls Cochrane, AB • Canada Tool: ShopBot PRSalpha 4' x 4' ShopBot. Your path to profitability. We make the tools for making the future. ShopBot manufactures CNC tools that inspire people to turn their ideas into something tangible. When we see our tools put to work in constructive ways, it rearms our commitment to the mission of making digital fabrication technology readily accessible and usable for everyone.

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