The Sydney firm signed the deal on 23 May and is expected to receive the second Kongsberg by July, said Esko’s Oceania general manager, Steve Davis.
The digital cutting table can cut up to 18mm on a range of substrates including polycarbonate, polypropylene, solid board and high-pressure laminate, said Davis.
“It’s the quality and consistency and speed of the machine that makes it stand out,” he told the PacPrint Daily.
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