"Elitron: Production automation and flexibility"

Posted on June 11, 2018

At FESPA 2018 the findings of FESPA Print Census, a three years market research, have been disclosed. More than 1400 digital printing providers took part in this edition of the survey.

Digital technologies which in the previous edition looked like a trend to monitor have now surged to become a real deal and somehow are at the core of today’s industry players strategies. Today, in fact, almost half of the total printed output is produced through digital technologies and, at the current growth rate, in less than two years it is going to represent the dominant production technology. The drivers of this shift in production patterns can be identified in the increased demand for production flexibility to more effectively cope with mass customization and just in time production.
A forerunner of this trend, Elitron has developed and enhanced its digital cutting systems to deliver a high-end solution for the upcoming challenges digital printing providers will have to face in their industries. The innovative Custom Cutting technology of Elitron draw much attention at FESPA 2018. Implemented on the dual gantry system Kombo TH, this new technology, by essentially splitting a single cutting system into two contiguous machines that share the same working area, will significantly boost productivity on both complex, highly customized jobs and industrial workloads. Multiple and diverse materials or jobs can now be carried out seamlessly and without interruptions. Flexibility has never been so great. However, production flexibility is not the only weapon digital printing providers have to cope with increasingly demanding customers.
By displaying the integration between the smart feeding system Heleva and the wide format digital cutting solution Kombo SDC+ 3.2, Elitron highlighted how a strategy that aims at increasing production capacity [...] Read More


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