Esko has launched its latest cutting table, the Kongsberg C66, which boasts a large 3210mm x 4800mm bed and can run at 100 m/min. It’s mainly designed for short run production of corrugated applications. The bed can be split into zones so that operators can load and unload substrates from one half, while a job is in progress on the other.

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