RHM thrilled with the capabilities of their Kongsberg X44 digital cutter

A visit to CMYUK’s Shrewsbury showroom earlier this year allowed them to have a demonstration of the Kongsberg X44 digital cutter.

RHM has produced graphics since 1964. Based in North London, working with clients such as the V&A, Pink Buddha and Imagination, they boast impressive production and installation teams, priding themselves on attention to detail.

A visit to CMYUK’s Shrewsbury showroom earlier this year allowed them to have a demonstration of the Kongsberg X44 digital cutter. Its unrivalled versatility and 3KW router made RHM’s decision to purchase the X44 an easy one.

Stuart Boyce from RHM comments “Seeing the machine first hand was great, we were able to really understand the potential the machine would give us – both the roll-fed conveyor system for our flexible media and the powerful 3KW router for all our rigid work. The ease of use with respect to changing tools, media types and user interface when setting up new files was much easier than we anticipated. On delivery, the engineer profiled all our material types, all we have to do now is choose the material from a drop-down list, meaning anyone can operate it.”

Nick Reed from CMYUK adds, “Working with RHM has been fantastic. They already had an older-style router and lots of experience on this kind of equipment, so they knew exactly what they needed. After the demonstration it was clear that the Kongsberg had surpassed their expectations, a great feeling for us and reinforcing the quality and versatility that is synonymous with the Kongsberg brand.”

Stuart concludes, “We’re doing jobs now that wouldn’t have been possible without the Kongsberg. The machine is great and we’re learning new things all the time.”

A recent installation at the Building Awards, printed on Foam PVC and finished on the Kongsberg with ease.