Global cutting-solutions technology leader Summa (Gistel, Belgium) has announced a new roll cutter product line – the S One Series. The S One Series is the next step in Summa’s mid-level, roll-cutting technology and replaces the popular SummaCut Roll Cutter Series. To optimize quality, ergonomics and efficiency, said the OEM, the S One Series was “built completely from the base, using the experience and know-how acquired over 30 years of developing roll cutters. The name S One refers to the core idea behind its development – The One to change the game.”
Increased productivity, quality and capabilities. The S One Series showcases a new, sleeker and more modern look while adding enhanced features for better quality, improved ergonomics and higher productivity.
Improvements and additions include:
- User-friendly GoSign software to manage cutting workflows with greater flexibility
- Efficient drag-cutting head with up to 600 grams of cutting force
- Ergonomic touchscreen for effortless navigation
- Robust OPOS Sensor increases speed at which registration marks are read
- Improved internal intelligence minimizes human errors and operator interventions
- Excellent tracking performance for better accuracy
- OPOS Xtra functionality for flawless processing of extremely small sticker jobs
- Smart FlexCut feature to perforate material to remove the design out of its carrier easily
The “future-proof cutting solution” was designed with premium components for durability. In addition, it’s a highly a flexible cutter that’s able to grow along with a user’s business aspirations and goals. “With experience and dedication, Summa continues to show true leadership as a supplier of high-end cutting solutions,” said Christof Van Driessche, Chief Commercial Officer at Summa. “The introduction of the S One Roll Cutter Series is yet another milestone in Summa’s history of legendary performance. The S One Series will unquestionably bring added value and innovation to many sign makers’ cutting workflows.”
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