Polar is presenting a new High-speed cutter generation in the well-proven cutting widths of 78cm to 176cm. The new Polar high-speed cutter generation, the tenth since its inception in 1947, presents itself with a new appearance and, with its new operation-control-philosophy, offers new exclusive advantages. The Polar XS, which only comes in a 78cm model, is a programmable entry-level model for wide-ranging automatic operating cycles, and features a 5.5″ monochrome LCD display.
The Polar X, which comes in 78, 92, 115, 137, 155, and 176cm variants, is a programmable basic-model with graphic programming automation for wide-ranging automatic operating cycles. It features a With 15″ Colour-Display, with an optionalP-Net-capability (Ethernet interface) with server function in a systems network (central machine pre-setting, software up-dates, remote control) for interconnected peripheral equipment with corresponding technology.
The Polar XT 78, 92, 115, 137, 155, and 176cm models are programmable high-end cutters for all cutting tasks, even the most complex cutting operations. They feature the same technology as the model X, but also include a15″ Color Touchscreen, fewer push buttons in the operating panel, due to the touchscreen, graphic display of program sequences, programmable lay-guide adjustment, programmable and selectable order-specific parameters. The P-Net capability is also optional.
All of the new cutting models feature Optiknife uniform knife change and knife adjustment in lower dead centre position, as well as optimised cutting quality with a new knife carrier, extended knife guiding, machine frame and front-panel designed as casing.
The new system configurations that will also be displayed, says Polar, will observe the increasing need and demand for further systems-automation. This is especially relevant for companies within user circles of industrialised printer and print finishers, paper mills and –dealers, which Polar says, have been approaching the company with automation requests.
According to Polar, the new building extension will enable the company to meet the increasing demand for automated systems for paper-, print- and label processing. It says the continuously increasing workload in the assembly hall made the building extension necessary and it is also an important move to assure the future of the company. Construction took four months, raising the production area from 615sqm to over 5104sqm.
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