Spartanics demonstrates integrated laser cutting

Spartanics is to launch its X-350 Laser Cutting Module, a modular laser station that can cut materials up to 350mm wide with an infinite length. It is capable of reaching cutting speeds of up to 100m/minute. It comes standard with Spartanics’ Fastline and Optimization Control Software that takes PDF or vector based files and automatically turns them into laser cut files. It’s available in either a 200 watt laser or 400 watt laser.

Engineered to be integrated with SMAG Graphique’s E-Cut and Digital Galaxie Semi-rotary Converting Solutions.

It’s due to be demonstrated at Xeikon’s Café Packaging Innovations event, taking place in Belgium from March 10 to 12. The X-350 integrates seamlessly with Xeikon’s Vectorizorto communicate die cutting information direct to the Xeikon X-800 digital front end. It produces the die-cut files based on the imposed labels and identifies them by name and barcode. This allows the laser cutting solution to understand and process the variable data files that a Xeikon digital press can generate and simplifies the production process.


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