The pneumatic oscillating tool (POT), powered by compressed air, moves the knife up and down over a stroke of 8mm* with a frequency of maximum 150Hz*. Material up to 25mm thick can be cut. The robust construction of the tool makes it suitable to cut thick and tough boards like inverted corrugated board, corrugated cardboard and foam boards. Also some soft foams and rubbers can be cut with the tool.
The new POT tool will be launched on Sign&Digital UK in Birmingham. Summa plans to ship the first units by June 2013.
Thanks to this new tool functionalities of Summa’s flatbed, the F1612, are even more extensive than they already were before. After the launch of the router module last year - which focused primarily on hard and solid board material – also processing lighter board material has become a child’s play now with the POT. Especially the POP/POS advertising market discovers the endless possibilities of light board material in printed constructions. Also the design and furniture market uses inverted corrugated boards increasingly in many of their applications. Together with the Vcut tools, the pneumatic oscillating tool is most suitable to bring these applications to a successful end product.
New version of MacSign now available
The new version of MacSign, MacSign V10.2, supports the S Class 2 and Ethernet connection. All new versions of MacSign V10.2 (Cut, Lite and Full) are compatible with MacOSX 10.5 through 10.8 (i.e. Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion). Current users of MacSign Cut can upgrade for free to Mac Sign V10.2 Cut. The new version is available in the download area (customer’s login) on www.softeamweb.com. Customers can use the same activation code as from their previous activation. A new version of the MacSign manual is now also available on Summa’s website: www.summa.eu.
Visit Summa at FESPA LONDON!
As we are close to 2 months prior to the Fespa exhibition Summa cordially invites you to visit their stand A67S from the 25th until the 29th of June. During this indispensable event you will have the opportunity to discover Summa’s new flagship, the S Class 2 (S2), as well as their flatbed, the F1612 and renowned range of vinyl and contour cutters. Don’t miss this event and register now on the Fespa website: www.fespa.com and receive FREE entry to the exhibition during the full 5 days of the event! See you then!
New creasing wheel for the F1612 flatbed
At the request of many customers Summa developed a new, extremely sharp creasing tool for the F1612, most suitable to crease thin and tough material, such as polypropylene and paper. The Summa team is continuously working on expanding the material range and will keep everyone concerned informed of all novelties.
With 25 years of experience building cutting plotters, Summa delivers highly reliable and accurate products for the sign making, labelling, vehicle wrap, aerospace and outdoor advertising industries. One of the key features of all Summa products is their unmatched durability. Summa's product range includes the remarkably productive S Class and SummaCut cutting plotters, the DC4 thermal transfer printer-plotter and the new Summa F Series cutting table. All Summa cutters come bundled with a wide range of accessories, consumables and software options for both Mac and PC systems. Summa's European headquarter in Gistel, Belgium, can be reached by calling +32 59 270011 or via the Web at www.summa.eu.