Canon Solutions America Inc. announced the addition of three Celero Series Digital Cutters from MultiCam Inc., an expert in the large format finishing market, to its finishing solutions portfolio. The Celero Series Cutters are designed to support both rigid and flexible substrates. Equipped with standard features and options to benefit an entry-level to a proficient-level customer base, these three series of cutters allow print providers to choose a system that will meet specifications designed to fit their business model. Each model is manufactured at MultiCam’s 108,000 square foot production facility in Dallas which, since 1989, has produced more than 13,000 cutting machines.
The cutters offered through Canon Solutions America, Inc. include:
- Celero 3 Series: An entry-level cutter designed to meet the needs of small to mid-sized print providers. This system can cut both rigid and flexible substrates with the included router and knife system. The modular tooling can process a wide variety of substrates on the 60″ x 120″ cutting table.
- Celero 5 Series: A mid-level cutting system that can be integrated with a high level of production output from a 60″ x 120″ table. The 5 Series High Speed option can enhance the cutting speed up to 6,000 inches per minute (IPM), making the 5 Series one of the fastest cutting systems on the market today. The option for the Automatic Tool Changer allows the operator to change knives or router bits through an automated process, increasing productivity.
- Celero 7 Series: A highly productive system designed to allow print providers unparalleled routing capabilities as well as one of the fastest knife cutting speeds in the industry. The 7 Series products can cut up to 7,800 inches per minute (IPM). There are three models in the 7 Series range with a variety of cutting table sizes to help meet the demands of high-volume shops. MultiCam manufactures 60″ x 120″, 127″ x 78.74″ and 127″ x 157″ table sizes, which can help reduce operator processing time. Each model of the 7 Series cutters has the option to utilize the Automatic Tool Change Systems (ATC) which can change up to 18 tools—nine knives and nine router bits.
“The finishing segment of the large format market in the U.S. continues to grow, and we are committed to offering our customers cost-effective, efficient solutions designed for easy workflow integration,” said Peter P. Kowalczuk, president, Canon Solutions America, Inc. “This expanded portfolio allows Canon Solutions America, Inc. to furnish print providers with a high level of technical expertise, after-sales support and additional finishing solutions.”
To receive additional information, please contact your local Canon Solutions America, Inc. representative, or send your request through our website: https://csa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/csa/contactus.