Summa presents V-Cut tool at FESPA

Summa Press Release / For immediate release 20/12/2011

Summa announces its presence at FESPA Digital, taking place at the Fira of Barcelona (Spain) from 21 to 24 February 2012. On stand Q12, Summa will unveil its latest developments and multiple innovations.

At the event, Summa will demonstrate the F Series flatbed cutter on which various applications will be presented and different materials will be cut such as Foam board, Rigid Paper Composite Board (Falcon Board), banner and reflective material. Summa’s F Series will moreover feature a new tool at the show: the V-Cut tool. The V-Cut tool produces angled cuts and is ideal for cutting thick materials. It can process a material thickness up to 18 mm (45°) and is available with an angle of 45°, 30°, 22.5°, 15° or 0°.

Besides, other tools will be demonstrated on the flatbed cutter: the electronic oscillating tool, the creasing tools, the kiss cutting tool and various types of cutout tools.

Furthermore, the products on display will also include Summa’s renowned professional cutter series: Summa S Class and SummaCut, as well as Summa’s thermal transfer printer-cutter DC4. Summa’s show team and its Spanish partner Rotutech will be present at the booth to organize demonstrations, answer questions and to welcome the FESPA public with great enthusiasm.

About Summa
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