Esko is set to launch its latest Kongberg option, the Kongsberg C Edge, at what it says will be a remarkable price for a table of its quality.
The upgradeable model offers 75m/m speeds with 1G of acceleration as standard.
Esko says the Edge, “evolves with you and can be easily upgraded in both speed and acceleration, with impressive, high quality results and fast turnarounds.”
Esko, a global supplier of integrated hardware and software solutions for leading packaging, labels and wide format customers, has extended its Kongsberg digital cutting table range with the new Kongsberg C Edge; a completely upgradeable table design that avoids costly reinvestment for customers as business grows.
The breakthrough innovation in the Kongsberg C multifunction, digital finishing series is designed specifically for signage and corrugated packaging converters.
Russell Weller, Esko Product Manager, explains, “The new C Edge is designed to grow with our customers. Invest now and you invest for the future. Unlike other tables on the market, the C Edge is completely upgradeable avoiding the impact of having to reinvest when a business expands. The C Edge evolves with a business to unlock production flexibility and profitability, and delivers exceptional cutting quality and milling accuracy at a remarkably cost-effective price.”
For corrugated packaging manufacturers, the C Edge can also be fitted with a heavy duty unit with a 50kg downforce to produce high quality crease lines with a 150mm crease wheel. Efficient and high-quality creasing, even at 100 per cent speed, is supported by CorruSpeed; a unique tool developed for cutting corrugated board at high production speeds without oscillation. The CorruSpeed tool delivers higher quality and generates significant time savings on a range of corrugated applications, even with recycled content.
The Esko Kongsberg table portfolio consists of two types of tables based on the type of work typically produced –choosing flexibility for versatile, creative jobs (Kongsberg X), or productivity for efficient production runs (Kongsberg C).
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