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Esko to showcase range of products at Sign & Digital UK 2018 event

Belgian packaging and printing technology company Esko is set to showcase its digital cutting tables range and software at the upcoming Sign & Digital UK 2018 to be held between 24 and 26 April.

The company will showcase its products ranging from order, design and finish through to shipping. It will also exhibit two cutting tables including the Esko Kongsberg C64 and Kongsberg X24.

While, the Kongsberg C64 is a multifunctional wide digital cutting table used in signage and display applications, the Kongsberg X24 is a cutting table equipped with a range of specialty tools.

The tools are claimed provide speed, power and flexibility to handle a range of materials including corrugated, folding carton, solid board, foam, coating blankets, wood along with a long list of plastics.

The company also plans to demo its portfolio of software including the Studio structural design software and ArtiosCAD for 3D projects, the i-cut Suite that can optimize prepress production and Automation Engine QuickStart for Sign.

Esko director solutions marketing Geert De Proost said: “Our focus is to support the sign and display sector by tailoring solutions that address the requirements of a company’s business strategy.

"Our automated workflow will dramatically boost production capacity without the need to invest in additional headcount. It will also eliminate human errors in every step of the way. This frees up time and money to allow businesses to add value and diversify.”

The company’s Automation Engine QuickStart is claimed to offer companies with workflows for sign and wide format production out of the box. It is further said that there is neither a need to bring in experts, nor there are long learning curves. The training can be completed along with being production ready within 5 days.

The tools have been designed, keeping in mind customer’s needs. The company stated that the focus has been on eliminating pressure points and bottlenecks and errors.