“Graphco is proud to bring a strong new competitor from Europe to the CNC routing & cutting market in North America,” states Chris Manley, President, Graphco. “We are “hybridizing cut” by introducing a hybrid cutting solution that fills a unique gap in the wide-format sign and graphics, display manufacturing, and short-run packaging markets.”
Representatives from SD-Italy will be present to provide a deeper dive into the technology and applications that are dominating these varied market segments. The engineering behind the Augusta line of products redefines CNC routing and cutting in a variety of ways. The Augusta F150R Pro boasts operating speeds of over 6.5 feet-per-second with 2G acceleration powered by an ElectroSpindle drive sized up to 13 kW. It has the 25 fully automated tools on board enabling hybrid operation from kiss-cut vinyl to 6” thick wood and dense foam.
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Graphco proudly offers the SD Italy line-up of Hybrid cutting & CNC routing machines to the North American market. SD Italy manufactures machines with reliable and robust mechanical structures to facilitate all types of processing at production speeds and with capabilities unseen in the marketplace. Cutting and routing at 4.65 FEET per second is just the beginning. The SD Italy F150R automatically changes up to 25 different tools, processes materials up to 6” thick, and accelerates from activity to activity at up to 1.2 G.
Our new F150R PRO Hybrid cutter & CNC router is an ultra-high speed solution for wide-format, display, signage and industrial producers who need the flexibility that only a hybrid can provide.
- 295 Feet/Minute
- 4.92 Feet Per Second
- 1.2 G Acceleration
- Up to 16 kW Drives
The new SD Italy Augusta F1R2 PRO is the digital die-cutter that fulfills the promise made by other platforms through combining the highest level of speed & quality with the true processing automation needed to take short-run digital die-cutting into the industrial realm.
- 279 Feet/Minute
- 4.65 Feet Per Second
- 2 G Acceleration
- Continuous Operation