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Print-2-Media secures growth with AG/CAD

Cornwall-based Print-2-Media has cited its new DYSS X7-1624C digital cutting machine as the driving force behind a 20 percent increase in business

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The DYSS X7-1642C is allowing Print-2-Media to bring in an additional £3,000 to £5,000 of business each month

Purchased from AG/CAD, the DYSS X7-1642C, complete with K-Cut vision system and KASEMAKE software, was in installed earlier this year.

Despite having only been in place a matter of months, Print-2-Media founder, Glenn Wrigley, has already noted a number of major changes in business—due in part to the capabilities of the new machine.

“The DYSS has immediately brought 20 percent growth to our business as we no longer turn work away,” Wrigley explains.

“For example, we are currently producing mobile Di-bond photo booths for weddings for a customer in London, this would have previously been impossible. 

“Additionally, we are cutting batches of 50 to 300 A4 foamex signs frequently, manual cutting would have been too time consuming. 

The DYSS has immediately brought 20 percent growth to our business as we no longer turn work away

“Similarly, stickers in batches of 50 to 300 are jobs we do 2-3 times a week that would have taken 5 hours to cut by hand; this is now done in 20 minutes on the DYSS, saving upwards of 15 hours a week.”

Wrigley also explains that the DYSS has enabled Print-2-Media to cut outsourcing and its associated costs by 100 percent, as well as bring in an additional £3,000 to £5,000 of business each month.

“The DYSS was a big investment for our business, but a necessary one,” Wrigley adds.

“It has helped us to expand our customer base and the type of work we do and the results in a short period since installation are evident. 

“The DYSS has immediately grown our business by 20 percent and this will ensure the machine has a payback period in less than two years.”

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