Belgium-based Esko has provided the Kongsberg XN22 cutting system to Germany’s Dönitz Displays & Verpackungen.
The new machine replaces a 15-year-old cutting system used by Dönitz Displays & Verpackungen, and will provide fast turn display prototypes and enhanced production.
Esko’s Kongsberg XN22 system will also help Dönitz with customised branding activities.
Designed to manufacture displays, packaging and other advertising vehicles, the Kongsberg XN series is available in seven different sizes.
The model in operation at Dönitz has a work surface of 1,680mm x 2190mm and includes several specialty tools that provide speed, power and flexibility.
It automatically handle various materials, such as corrugated, folding carton, solid board, foam, wood and several plastics.
The machine accurately aligns cutting outlines with the printed image.
Esko sales account manager Rita Eisenblätter said: "Dönitz Displays & Verpackungen delivers innovative products and creative solutions all over Europe with attention to detail and exceptional customer detail that sets them apart.
"Dönitz Displays & Verpackungen and Esko complement one another perfectly in this regard since both companies place great emphasis on quality and customer service.
"With Kongsberg’s tried and tested technology and ongoing development of new capabilities, Esko aligns well with Dönitz’s corporate philosophy of seeking innovation, reliability and flexibility in its business partners."
Dönitz currently uses the new Kongsberg system to perform around 100 different cutting and creasing jobs every week.
The machine produces display prototypes and components, exhibition samples, and specimens for presentations.
Established in 1992, Dönitz Displays & Verpackungen works with several materials, such as corrugated cardboard, solid fibre board and carton.
Image: Esko’s Kongsberg XN22 system is designed to manufacture displays, packaging and other advertising vehicles. Photo: courtesy of Esko-Graphics.