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Home > Press > Nanomaterials Products Manufacturers Productivity Enhancement-World’s Fastest Laser Die Cutting Machines Now Even Faster with On-the-Fly Bar Code-Enabled Job Changeovers

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Converters, manufacturers and others seeking the throughput advantages needed to remain competitive in today's global marketplace, can now use Spartanics Finecut Laser Die Cutting Systems (www.spartanics.com/product_groups_detail.cgi?id_num=5) --- with even greater line speeds through the addition of bar codes that automate job changeovers in seconds and on-the-fly.

Nanomaterials Products Manufacturers Productivity Enhancement-World’s Fastest Laser Die Cutting Machines Now Even Faster with On-the-Fly Bar Code-Enabled Job Changeovers

Rolling Meadows, IL | Posted on August 21st, 2010

For a partial listing of bar code systems that can be integrated into Finecut Laser Die Cutting technology see www.spartanics.com/products_detail.cgi?id_num=38&styleid=2. Mike Bacon, Spartanics VP, explains "Bar code-driven job changeovers allow you to not only run multiple jobs very efficiently from a single roll, but also to integrate job data into a database for complete product tracking. By adding a bar code reading station to the line of Finecut Laser Die Cutting Systems users will enhance the profitability of digital die cutting solutions for their applications, and especially when multiple short runs are a significant part of the business.

Bar code integration is the latest of the many software integration and control applications that differentiate Finecut Laser Die Cutting Systems and all Spartanics technology from competitive offerings. Other benefits of the unique software engineering that power Spartanics Finecut Laser Die Cutting Systems include: automatic optimization of cutting sequences for fastest web speeds; smart stop systems that monitor all fault conditions; automatic cut and stitch of larger images; automatic save of all job conditions for one-step job set-ups; among other features.

Spartanics Finecut Laser Die Cutting Systems (www.spartanics.com/product_groups_detail.cgi?id_num=5)-- sheet, roll, combination sheet/roll, and now also combination rotary plus laser-- are used in a wide array of applications --- flexible circuits, membrane switches, gaskets, labels, cardstock and paperboard products, packaging, automotive and medical device components, discs, belts, and gaskets, novelty magnets, RFID tags, P-O-P display products, industrial textile applications, and more.

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About Spartanics
Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA-headquartered Spartanics (www.spartanics.com) specializes in tightly integrating advanced software engineering with sophisticated handling systems to manufacture best-in-class technology for both tool-free (laser-based), steel rule die, and male/female hard tool cutting systems, screen printing systems and other equipment for fabricating products made from flat stock materials. Its worldwide service organization uses state-of-the-art virtual service technician technology and also maintains offices and spare parts in Europe.

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