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moves into hardware

By | 2018-07-18T10:44:33+00:00 July 18th, 2018|News|Comments Off on moves into hardware

The VersaTech2 table is a 3 in 1 solution, a laser-router-knife digital die-cutter.

HVG has been operating in graphics media sales and distribution, and says this move to hardware will enable it to meet market demand for a single supply model.

Richard Lucas, general manager, HVG says, “We are excited to announce our first move into supplying hardware to the Australian graphics market, by signing an exclusive agreement with MCT.”

“The MCT VersaTech2 has been awarded the SGIA Product of the Year Award for Digital Finishing, with its high strength, and lightweight gantry for cutting speeds and accuracy.

“This cutting solution complements our wide range of substrates and our ever-expanding printable fabric range.”

MCT produces wide format digital flatbed cutting systems, with a heritage that stems from Mikkelsen Graphic Engineering (MGE).

Steve Aranoff, vice president, Business Development, MCT says, “Our founders were responsible for the development of i-cut, the world’s first vision capability for cut to print graphics, in 1999. Today, VersaTech2 with its TigerVision software vision system provides the most innovative and intuitive solution for its customers.”