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July 28, 2011
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Adhesives processors and wholesalers, adhesives products packagers, and others producing packaging made from carton stock can now reportedly achieve cost savings with a new carton laser cutting machine. The machine can decrease costs of production by eliminating tooling costs for traditional die-cutting methods and provides savings in scrap material during job setup.

Features of the machine include a dual laser head design, which allows for cutting sheets up to 800 mm (31in.) or greater; unlimited part size length and width up to 400 mm per scan head (16 in.); accurate defect-free cutting of carton stock .75mm ( .030 in.) or less; versatility with virgin or recycled materials; advanced scoring capabilities within parts that perform better in folder-gluer industrial packaging machinery than traditional die cut arts; and more.

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