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Bending the mould at The Print Show

Each year visitors to The Print Show can expect to experience the entire spectrum of print, from digital, litho, and finishing solutions to software and specialist print.

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Automatic Letter Bender will focus on two bending and cutting machines at The Print Show

A supplier of letter bending machines, Automatic Letter Bender will be on hand at the show where it will shine a light on two bending and cutting machines.

Visitors to Automatic Letter Bender’s stand will have the chance to experience the firm’s latest all-purpose bending machine, ALB-02 COMBO 160, and an automatic bending machine HD-02 HYBRID 160.

New to the COMBO is an automatic depth control (ADC) which allows users to automatically set up the depth of cut tape for aluminium and stainless steel tapes – including setting various depths in a single run, thanks to the firm’s software options.

Visitors to Automatic Letter Bender’s stand will have the chance to experience the firm’s latest all-purpose bending machine, ALB-02 COMBO 160, and an automatic bending machine HD-02 HYBRID 160

The bending machine is compatible with a number of different types of substrates such as steel, copper and aluminium tapes. A range of sizes can be used on the machine, from 0.4-0.8mm steel to up to 160mm aluminium.

The HYBRID is designed for flat aluminium and stainless steel tapes and features a double-sided cutting system. The automatic bending machine can bend iron and galvanised tapes of up to a maximum of 0.3-1mm thickness and 160mm width.

The Print Show takes place at the NEC, Birmingham from September 17th until the 19th.

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