Elitron has released the Kombo SDC+ 3.2 digital cutter. Designed for integrating and automating workflow, the machine features a conveyorized cutting table for rigid media and rolls of material such as vinyl, wallpaper, banners, and textiles. With a 126 x 82.7-in. working area, the machine is capable of creasing, cutting, and milling materials up to 4.7 in. thick, including Dibond, corrugated cardboard, foam, Plexiglas, Forex, and more.
The company’s Seeker System Pro technology automatically detects printed images and reference marks and loads the relevant cutting file. The system also works to correct distortions and printing errors, and allows users to manage multiple orders and multiple materials with a single initialization. In addition, material can be positioned anywhere in the working area; squaring the substrate at the zero point is not required.
The Kombo SDC+ 3.2 features a holding clamp, automatic tool presetting, a multitool head that can be equipped with five tools at once, high-precision racks, vacuum power, and an optional video projection component allowing users to reuse scraps, according to the company. The machine is compatible with Elitron's Heleva feeding solution. Applications include packaging, P-O-P displays, banners, flags, exhibit graphics, and more.
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