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Zund D3 cutter capable of doubling throughput
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Jul '16
Switzerland based Zund has introduced a new, dual-beam system for high volume, industrial applications, the D3 cutter, which together with Zund Cut Center – ZCC, offers a complete cutting and finishing solution.

According to Zund, depending on job characteristics and cut contours, the new Zund D3 is capable of doubling the throughput.

The D3 offers superb cutting accuracy across the entire working area, maximum modularity, and user-friendly operation and is capable of handling a wide spectrum of materials.

“The significant gains in productivity made possible with D3 are primarily due to the twin beams operating independently and simultaneously in one efficient production workflow, with each beam carrying up to three different tool modules,” Zund said.

“Depending on the specifics of the job, this can result in twice the throughput of the single-beam system, while the precision of the system's direct drive, combined with state-of-the-art software and controllers, guarantee the highest levels of productivity and profitability,” the company added.

The D3 cutting systems are available in four different sizes ranging from the D3 L-3200 with a working area of 1800 x 3200 mm to the D3 3XL-3200 with a working area of 3210 x 3200 mm.

“By combining the new Zünd D3 ultra high-performance cutter with Zünd Cut Center, we can offer obvious added value to customers looking to make their production both more efficient and more profitable,” Lars Bendixen, product manager (Graphics) said. (AR)

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