Polar to show D 115, Digicut PRO

Hall 1 Stand C03

Polar will showcase the Digicut PRO at drupa

Polar and itssales partner Heidelberger Druckmaschinen will showcase the cutting machine Polar D 115 and Polar Digicut PRO at Hall 1 StandC03 at drupa 2016. The company will present a wide array ofsolutionsfor commercial printers, finishing businesses and digital printers, from solo cutting machines and CuttingSystem 200 through to the automated CuttingSystem PACE. Label printers who attach great importance to first-class cutting precision hand-inhand with maximum productivity will be especially interested in LabelSystem DC-11 plus. An enhanced version of the well-established P-Net Compucut for generating cutting programmes off the machine will be presented.

D 115 is an upward extension of Polar’s portfolio of hydraulic cutting machines. Besides the hydraulic knife drive system, this cutting machine is characterized by its sound construction with optimized cast frame and sheet metal casing. A distortion-free machine table with corrosion-free surface and air nozzles ensures easy material handling. D 115 is a machine developed from scratch for digital printers and commercial printers with occasional cutting jobs.

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