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AXYZ to help SDUK visitors increase output

Describing it as a “powerful production workhorse”, AXYZ International will demonstrate the Trident hybrid CNC combined routing and cutting print finishing system at this year’s Sign and Digital UK.

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AXYZ will showcase the Trident routing and cutting print finishing system at Sign and Digital UK

The company says the system enables large-format sign and graphics and print finishing specialists to increase output by as much as 50 percent compared to standard CNC routers.

AXYZ will be on hand to answer any questions at the event taking place at the end of the month.

The company says: “Trident is said to comprehensively resolve issues frequently encountered when processing an ever-increasing range of different rigid and flexible materials that invariably require a wider, longer, and deeper routing/cutting capability.”

 Trident is said to comprehensively resolve issues frequently encountered when processing an ever-increasing range of different rigid and flexible materials


The machine will handle materials as diverse as aluminium and other non-ferrous metals, aluminium composites (ACM), acrylic and plastics, foamed and corrugated board, vinyl, cardboard, and paper. 

AXYZ International will also showcase its 24/7 tools and accessories online resource. The facility is constantly upgraded and accommodates the requirements not only of AXYZ and Pacer routers but also many other machines regardless of make or country of origin.


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