New photo printer and cutter from ISAG

The Swiss manufacturer Imaging Solutions AG (ISAG) has announced a new large format laser printer, the ProPrint 30SHS, designed to expose photo paper. It has an integrated development unit and can processes photo paper from roll to sheet up to 76 cm wide and 254cm long. It can be upgraded to process unlimited paper lengths. It can be used to print book covers and large panorama pictures and has a maximum speed of 1.5 metres per minute.

At the same time, ISAG has also announced a new flatbed cutter, the photoCut XY, which can handle prints up to 76cm wide and 177cm long. An automatic cutter alignment ensures the correct position of the knife, in case the material is not placed exactly on the cutting table.

The two units can be paired together. Both of them use automatic nesting software, with the printer producing a barcode that lets the cutter know the position of the print and the desired cutting pattern.





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