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FLEXO Magazine : November 2009
52 FLEXO NOVEMBER 2009 www.flexography.org Of course, it is very important to ensure that these manufac- turers are equally adept at creating lower-priced laser cutting systems as well as more sophisticated technology to ensure that they can deliver best-match solutions. If a laser cutting system integrator is married to particular components--- whether they are lasers, scan heads, etc.---consider it a red flag that they are not set up to match laser technology to real application requirements. ABOUT THE AUHOR: Markus Klemm is R&D software engi- neer for Spartanics (www.spartanics.com), which engineers and manufactures a range of automated equipment for laser cutting, die cutting, screen printing, card punching, counting, and inspection used by global label manufacturers, convert- ers, printers, card manufacturers, among others finishing flat stock material. Spartanics is headquartered in suburban Chicago, IL and its worldwide service organization also maintains offices and spare parts in Europe. Questions and comments can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org. FIGURE 26. Laser cutting Technology Comparison Chart FIGURE 27. User-friendly instructional software TECHNOLOGIES & TECHNIQUES
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