The Print Show sees the debut of Morgana’s new SC6500 high-speed cutting and creasing device, which offers a ‘no wires’ working environment, and the FB1180-T cutting table for larger format work.

The recently introduced SC6500 is the newest addition to Morgana’s range of post-press devices, and the latest extension to its digital die-cutting suite. Based on the SC5000 unit, the SC6500 automated sheet-fed digital die-cutter and creaser offers a ‘no wires’ dual tool working environment, with a capacity of 1000 sheets in its auto-sheet feeder.The ability to handle substrates up to 350micron the unit is able to carry out a wide range of finishing actions, including labels and bespoke shapes, with no additional tooling costs.

The freestanding cutting table FB1180-T offers a larger production device. It can handle media up to 860 x 1180mm and provide a cutting area of 720 x 1020mm. It offers a cutting depth of up to 3000microns and a cutting speed of 1200mm/sec.

Ray Hillhouse, Plockmatic VP of sales & marketing, commented, ‘Once again The Print Show offers the opportunity for manufacturers to exhibit their products to an eager UK print community. Our exhibit this year allows us to focus on our range of die-cutting products, as well as our well-known booklet making, cutting, creasing and folding equipment.’

‘The SC6500 – receiving its worldwide show debut here in Birmingham – is one of those products that is both affordable and so flexible that we haven’t yet worked out a full list of what it can do for a print business! It will cut virtually any shape of sticker or label, which means holding an extensive stock of adhesive label sizes is now a thing of the past. The potential for this device is really as broad as any designer could wish for.’