Print & Cut
No damage to the print during laser cutting/nCutting printed materials never fails to pose a challenge for the user. Be it in terms of print quality, the precision of the cut or of keeping the print clean at the cut edge./nWe can ensure perfect precision thanks to our optical recognition system which is why we are focussing on the quality of the cut edge in this test./nLaser cutting printed film:/nAims:
- Testing ink for laser capability
- No peeling of the print at the cut edge
- No blistering/nTest set-up:
- Material: 0.2mm thick film sheet
- Printer: Canon Océ Arizona flatbed printer
- Ink: IJC 296
- Laser system: M-800
- Laser power: 60 W/nResult:
In this test, we want to prove that digital printing is also suitable for industrial production and the printed films can be cut well by laser. Without the limitations of the five or six colours used in screen printing, digital printing systems such as the Océ Arizona provide for a range of colour combinations. Our test achieved excellent cut edges. The fast drying process of the ink in conjunction with the heat development at the cut edge due to the laser process led neither to the ink peeling nor to blistering. Using the IJC 296 ink in the digital printing of membrane keyboards in conjunction with eurolaser cutting technology significantly increases your flexibility. You will achieve perfect results and produce even short runs or prototypes economically./nCanon + eurolaser
Canon Germany GmbH and eurolaser have been working together for quite some time now and have now extended this collaboration. The Print & Cut connection is, due to the workflow, a decisive success factor for the manufacturing enterprises.
Thanks to the exchange of experience between Canon and eurolaser, the experts in both companies can extend their expertise in a targeted way and always offer customers the perfect overall solution.