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Active Window Films opens up on DYSS success

Birmingham-based window films specialist Active Window Films has hailed the impact that its DYSS X7-1624C has had on the business, revealing the cutter has allowed it to boost quality and cut labour time.

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Active Window Films says the DYSS X7-1624C has helped it cut labour time

Established in 2014, Active Window Films stocks a wide range of polyester window films, operating as a major supplier of interior decorative architectural vinyl COVER STYL to the hospitality sector and signage community. 

The company had been seeking a new machine for cutting its specialised glass films, which can range from 40 to 800 microns in thickness and, as a result, can prove troublesome on some cutting machines.

After demonstrations of the DYSS digital cutter range at AG/CAD’s Winsford offices, Active window films chose to invest in a versatile DYSS X7-1624C. 

Sam Ward, graphics director at Active Window Films, says: “As well as accuracy in cutting, we have been able to improve lead times, reduce labour in production and massively improve the quality of finish of both the films we supply and our own marketing material. 

“With the decorative textured vinyl side of our business, we can now automate cutting
in a way that simply was not possible on our conventional Roland, Mimaki and DGI roll fed vinyl cutters. 

“We can plan jobs on a sheet using the nesting facility found in the KASEMAKE software supplied with the DYSS cutter and make best use of the DYSS’ 1650 x 2450mm cutting area.”

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