Sign & Digital Graphics

December '14

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • December 2014 • 71 ute, and the Graph-X-Cutter, which has a maximum cutting speed of 1,000 inches per minute. Both systems include high- speed routing and heavy-duty knife cut- ting capabilities. "We have oscillating knives, which oscillate like a sewing machine at high frequency; drag knives; we have kiss cut knives that will kiss cut through vinyl on a backing; we have 40-degree knives for half-inch thick substrates that people are using to make signage and store displays. It has really opened up things for us in the sign and graphics market," Harris says. "Knife technology has come on very strong in the last two to four years. We're seeing that all around the world. We are getting competitors all around the world," he says. 3D sign routed out of MDF. (Photo courtesy MultiCam) 3D sign making using model board. (Photo cour- tesy CLN of South Florida) (Photo courtesay AXYZ International) (Photo courtesy AXYZ International)

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