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Value Added Adhesive Solutions for Industry Since 1930

Versatile and Adaptable Digital Cutting

Today, more than ever before industrial businesses require access to the very best in hosts of cutting edge technologies as well as equipment and tools. In fact, there are many unique types of cutting functionalities that are frequently used in industry and manufacturing that are not seen in other segments of the economy. For example, flatbed die cutting as well as rotary die cutting and single blade cutting in addition to state-of-the-art digital cutting are all necessary to ensure that industry and manufacturing operations do not experience delays or interruptions.

 

Digital Cutting Can Get The Job Done Quickly

 

Considered to be one of the most adaptable and versatile types of cutting available today, digital cutting helps to keep businesses on schedule. Regardless of the process at hand, digital cutting can get the job done quickly, efficiently and without operational interruptions. Cutting that is digital in nature is unique in a number of ways including the fact that tooling that is customized or specialized in any way is simply not required. This means that prototyping and transitions to actual production are seamless when it comes to specific parts. Everything from small multilayer pieces to large format die cuts can be performed with incredible accuracy. As a result extremely accurate cuts are possible on a full variety of frequently employed materials in industry and manufacturing.

 

Maximum Cutting Length Can Be Essentially Infinite

 

This includes everything from leather to foam and acrylic as well as composite metal such as aluminum and even wood. In addition, a wide array of other types of substrates can be effectively cut using modern digital cutting techniques and tools. The maximum cutting length can essentially be infinite in nature with a maximum cutting width of up to 71 inches. Even more impressive is that material thickness can be a maximum of 50 mm while cutting tolerance is ± .001.” This in itself lets you know that there is incredible flexibility when working with modern digital cutting. Contact Evans/EVCO today to learn more about digital cutting and a wide range of other important products and services for industry and manufacturing. Evans/EVCO is your go-to source for the best in digital cutting services in Kansas City.