Summa launches S Class 3 vinyl cutter

Summa has unveiled its S Class 3 vinyl cutter device, designed for professionals demanding top performance in their cutting applications and wanting to explore new opportunities.

“We’re super excited about the launch of the new Summa S3. Once again, Summa is setting a new standard for quality and performance, drawing on over 40 years of manufacturing expertise. We can’t wait for the new model to arrive, and we’re looking forward to putting it through its paces,” stated Pozitive managing director Phil Trumble, indicating that a demo machine is expected to arrive in Australia sometime in November.

At the heart of the S Class 3 is its True Tangential Cutting Technology, ensuring “top-notch performance”.

The addition of the all-new OPOS Camera with onboard image processing provides ultra-fast mark recognition and processing, making print and cut workflows “smoother and more efficient”. 

The performance head is one of the most advanced in the vinyl cutter series and can now automatically switch between cutting and creasing, perfect for short-run packaging jobs.

The S Class 2, a proven performer, has been on the market for ten years. 

Summa product manager Randi Kerkaer said, “For the S Class 3, we kept the good and proven. And while they may look similar under the hood at first sight, a lot has been upgraded. The latest electronics enabled faster responsiveness, better data processing, and more precise motor control, resulting in a smoother, faster, and more reliable result.”

Vinyl cutting is not a hot topic in the sign and display industry.

Summa CCO Christof Van Driessche explained, “The long lifetime of every Summa vinyl cutter allows sign shops to avoid the need for further investments in vinyl cutting equipment. On the other hand, having a premium cutting plotter available on the work floor remains essential and critical for many businesses.

“A reliable cutting plotter is much appreciated even in an industrial environment. With the introduction of the S Class 3, we aim to provide new opportunities for sign shops to expand their current vinyl cutting businesses and explore new territories, like cardboard cutting and creasing.”

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