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Reviews, evaluations, XY flatbed cutters including Zund and EskoArtwork Kongsberg plus reports on workflow software

Reviews, evaluations, XY flatbed cutters and workflow software

During 2012 we look forward to continue evaluations and reviews of flatbed cutters. Several cutter manufacturers have asked for evaluations and we are considering adding additional brands. For now we cover Zund and EskoArtwork Kongsberg cutters.

In the meantime, here on this XY flatbed cutter page we are gathering together the evaluations we have done last year and in recent years before.

We are also placing on this page the evaluations we did on CO2 laser engravers during the several years that FLAAR managed the digital technology resource center at BGSU university in Ohio. Unfortunately the university tore down the building that housed our facilities on campus, and then the economy hit most state universities. So we are off-campus now for several years and moving ahead independently, as we did before moving onto the campus (since not as many committees to slow things down). Sad part is that students don’t have as much access to our resources as when we were on a campus.

We do evaluations in printshops (site-visit case study), at factories, and in demo rooms, as well as at wide-format trade shows around the world. For example, today I am at SGI expo in Dubai, UAE, and will be looking at all the cutters here. Plus, by coincidence, also here is former student intern with FLAAR while our technology institute was at BGSU, Ryan Crist. So it is nice to see that working with FLAAR as a student can provide a head start into the wide-format printing industry.











First posted January 30, 2012

















































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