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    Best cutting table

    Hello all!

    I am thinking of buying a new cutting table for corrugated board and cardboard. Working area should be something like 1300x1700 or 1200x1600, cutting table must be able to work with bigger quantities than example making, automatic sheet feeding is not necessary.

    Please tell me what cutting tables do you use? What are advantages and disadvantages? What extra functions do you find useful? Maybe there is something more that i should know before purchasing the equipment?

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    Kongsberg make good tables of all sizes for sample making. Depending on your budget you can buy new or used. I have used their CM and XL series and they are both great products.

    http://www.esko.com/en/products/overview/kongsberg-xp/overview/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacunda View Post
    Kongsberg make good tables of all sizes for sample making. Depending on your budget you can buy new or used. I have used their CM and XL series and they are both great products.

    http://www.esko.com/en/products/overview/kongsberg-xp/overview/
    Thank you for review! Actually Kongsberg is one of my top brand selections, though i saw their products only in official website and youtube videos :)


    Any info about Aristo? Zund?
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    Talking

    the best are 1-kongsberg , 2-Zund!
    I use a kongsberg, it is fast and reliable!
    I know very well the 2 plotter, is money well spent ..
    for aristo, I do not know....

    What you have to cut??

    kongsberg works well with ArtiosCAD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lollolenovo View Post
    the best are 1-kongsberg , 2-Zund!
    I use a kongsberg, it is fast and reliable!
    I know very well the 2 plotter, is money well spent ..
    for aristo, I do not know....

    What you have to cut??

    kongsberg works well with ArtiosCAD.
    I have to cut mostly cardboard ~250-400 gsm and E,B,C,EB,BC flute corrugated board. Sometimes it will be with printed graphics, therefore it would be nice to have an option to add something like Kongsberg's i-Cut vision after some time of machine use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmmrstrm View Post
    Check out transotype's cutting mat. Bought a big one and fixed my own custom tabel.
    Verry nice quality!

    Good luck!
    Sadly it's not a solution for my case :( i need something more exact and automatic than extra worker with paper knife...

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    perfect then!
    with both kongsberg and Zund, you can cut easily, not only the materials you listed, but many more!
    you can add in another time, tools, or the chamber i-cut, etc..
    the machine remains the same! just change the accessory tool!
    http://www.esko.com/en/products/segmentoverview/kongsberg-cutting-tables/

    I know them since 10 years!!

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