12 April 2019
12 April 2019
Zünd UK returned to Sign & Digital at the beginning of April with a showcase of its precision cutting solutions.
The company demonstrated a number of Zünd cutters in different configurations at the event, on both its own stand and that of print manufacturer Canon.
Following the show, Dean Ashworth, UK Sales & Marketing Manager at Zünd UK commented, "This year's Sign & Digital event was a very good show for us. We took an exceptional lead haul that was better than last year by some distance so we're very pleased. Once we have followed up on these enquiries, we will be looking to rebook for next year."
Zünd UK demonstrated two different Zünd cutters on its stand: the 3.2m x 3.2m Zünd G3 3XL-3200 and the more compact Zünd S3 L-1200, which has a working area of 1.8m x 1.2m. Visitors were also able to see a G3 L-3200 on Canon's booth. Built in Switzerland to incredibly high standards, every Zünd cutting machine is modular and can be retrofitted with new modules, tools and software at any time - enabling customers to future-proof their investment.
"Our cutters are extremely flexible, allowing businesses to install the exact machine they need at the time of purchase and to make alterations at a later date to accommodate changing requirements. The configurations demonstrated at Sign and Digital UK offered just a small selection of the options currently available to our ever-increasing customer base."
A team from Zünd UK will also be joining their colleagues from Zünd's HQ in Switzerland at the FESPA Global Print Expo next month (stand B5-F30; Munich, Germany, 14-17 May 2019).
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