Zünd UK Ltd will again exhibit at Advanced Engineering, the premier trade event for engineers, designers and manufacturers across a variety of markets.
Located on Stand D43 at Advanced Engineering 2017 – taking place at Birmingham's NEC on November 1st and 2nd 2017 – Zünd UK Ltd will be running live demonstrations of the Zünd D3 L3200 digital cutting table. Featuring a fast, innovative double-beamed system and market-leading automation, the Zünd D3 can process carbon fibre, glass fibre, foams, textiles and a host of other materials up to 50mm thick.
This combination of the latest tools, material handling systems and Swiss engineering has been shown to significantly reduce production time and materials wastage, increase workflow efficiencies and downtime, and enable users to diversify with new applications.
Each Zünd digital cutting system is built in Switzerland to a modular design, meaning users can choose the exact configuration to meet their needs at the time of installation and make changes later on as their requirements change and grow. Even on an everyday basis, Zünd tables are highly versatile, thanks to integral elements such as an automatic tool changer and easy-to-use software – yet are robust enough to withstand years of 24-7 operation.
At Advanced Engineering 2017, the Zünd UK Ltd team will be on hand to introduce engineering professionals to the D3 – the newest system in the Zünd portfolio – and to advise on the best cutting technology for their businesses.
"Advanced Engineering 2017 attracts professionals from a variety of markets which makes it an ideal environment for a showcase of the Zünd D3 L3200 digital cutting table," comments Stuart Cole, Managing Director, Zünd UK Ltd.
"Zünd systems really are versatile machines, used by businesses spanning dozens of different markets using a vast range of media. Advanced Engineering is always a very diverse event in terms of the different – and latest – engineering materials on show, so we're looking forward to seeing how delegates can use these with our solutions."