Cartonek Adds Océ ProCut

PrintAction Staff
November 20, 2017
By PrintAction Staff
Lionel Bisson, President of Cartonek (left), and Canon Account Executive Raymond Brideau.
Lionel Bisson, President of Cartonek (left), and Canon Account Executive Raymond Brideau.
Cartonek of Sainte-Marie, Quebec, has installed a Canon Océ ProCut 1600-3XL system, which joins the company’s existing Océ Arizona flatbed printer. Primarily focused on the packaging market, Cartonek has a growing interest in large-format signage.

Designed to be run by a single operator, the Océ ProCut flatbed cutter leverages a modular tool system, which can simultaneously cut and crease a piece of cardboard, or transition from routing a piece of Dibond to kiss-cutting a roll of vinyl. The machine’s vacuum system automatically adjusts to materials put on the table.

The Océ Arizona is a UV-curable inkjet printing system aimed at mid-volume print producers. It is available with a Roll Media Option and features Océ VariaDot grayscale printing technology.

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