Intec Announces New Digital Flatbed Cutter Model

Intec Announces New Digital Flatbed Cutter Model

The new FB775 offers impressive production capabilities and features for light to medium digital print finishing of two and three-dimensional items by offering cutting and creasing of virtually any form of print, from cardboard packaging for high-end products and protective cartons, to synthetic point-of-sale and kiss-cut adhesive labels on up to B2 and larger sheet sizes.

As there are no expensive, conventional cutting dies – it’s all digital – the ability to produce single items, on demand, makes the flatbed perfect for design and cutter sampling as well as prototyping on up to 1000 micron thick media.

Taking its capability and premium styling cues from the newly launched Generation 4 series of Intec ColorCut flatbed cutters, the new FB775 offers exceptionally high-speed cutting and powerful, crisp creasing, making it an incredibly versatile and compact digital die cutting solution for digital print finishing.

Whilst the cutter sports a same time cutting and creasing dual tool head, with pressures of up to 1.5kgf for creasing and 1.2kgf for cutting, it’s the cutters ability to use its revolutionary ‘blended speed’ mode technology that sets it apart. With three speed modes available, cut and crease actions can be set to high definition for intricate work, and standard mode for mixed shape jobs and fast for straight line action.

Rapidly processing jobs at speeds of up to 1200mm/s with an SRA3 sheet cut in 15-45 seconds (depending on file complexity), the FB775 can handle a variety of media types up to 1000 micron thick including folding box board, card, paper, synthetics, soft boards, vinyl and label stocks and large sheet sizes up to 580mm x 800mm with an effective cutting area of 480 x 715mm.

With a large cutting table, the FB775 can handle B2 folders, and larger sheets. However, it’s the combination of its quick cut file retrieval along with the ability to place 2 x SAR3 sheets next to each other (or 4 x A4 size), which enables users to achieve higher productivity. The FB775 comes with an upgraded registration system to include 8th generation ARMS sensing, for blisteringly fast job file retrieval and job mark registration, making it great for multiple sheet cutting; the Vision3 CCD camera will automatically search and find the position of each sheet for precision cutting.

Terri Winstanley, product and marketing manager stated, ‘The new FB775 is a really powerful yet compact digital die cutter providing accurate and fast production efficiency for any business requiring digital finishing. Anyone who uses it can cut and crease a wide range of materials and fast. Being able to handle B2 and larger sheets, the FB775 provides the user increased productivity with a small footprint device.’

The cutter is driven using the ColorCut Production Studio package (included with the system), which is part of Intec’s acclaimed ColorCut Pro software suite. This can be used as a stand-alone application with the cutter or as part of a networked solution when used in conjunction with Intec’s ColorCut Pro Server Station.

The ColorCut Pro software suite offers sophisticated features with Job Library Manager workflow application and the new Template Maker application for producing vector box templates, to load into Adobe® Illustrator® or CorelDRAW®, for use with the cutter. Artworkers also now have a great new feature within the software plug in – create instant reverse crease and cut lines by the click of a button for creasing jobs from the rear. Designed to use minimal floor space, the FB775 can easily be accommodated in any print finishing environment.


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