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Go Cre8 invests in cutting table

Liverpool-based creative print-based firm Go Cre8 has recently invested in a Zünd cutter to improve efficiency in its finishing processes.

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Go Cre8’s new Zünd PN L-2500 precision cutting table

Precision cutting systems supplier Zünd installed the second-user Zünd PN L-2500 precision cutting table, which now works in conjunction with Go Cre8’s range of HP Latex and Océ Arizona printers via the Onyx Thrive RIP software.

Commenting on the new machine, Darryn Kennerly of Go Cre8 says: “We considered a lot of different finishing machines, looking at flexibility, ease of use for operators and how they would fit within our current workflow.

“Zünd being the industry standard machine for our application made it the obvious choice. The turnaround time and the final quality of print and cut items has massively improved.”

Zünd being the industry standard machine for our application made it the obvious choice

Following the installation, about 70% of Go Cre8’s production is now finished on the Zünd – from small-format labels, to print cut and polished acrylic signs. This reduced finishing time has allowed the firm to look into other markets such as packaging.

Nicki Kay, managing director of Zünd UK says: “Zünd systems are renowned for their cutting-edge design, quality and flexibility and our second-user machines provide an excellent way for businesses to gain the benefits offered by our industry-leading machines.

“Zünd cutting systems are affordable for all manner of print service providers and enable them to transform their finishing processes, ultimately speeding up the whole production process.”

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