Gerber Technology’s new technology.com/paragon/">Paragon® cutting system will make its debut in the
"With Paragon, we've changed the sewn goods cutting paradigm forever,” said
Paragon’s sensing technologies constantly monitor operation and can automatically adjust and provide wizard-based feedback to operators to improve throughput and quality. And, with patent-pending Ever Sharp™ technology, customers can replace knife sharpening stones in seconds and get up to three times more usable life than traditional stones. And, its high-efficiency design reduces energy costs by up to 20 percent.
Visitors to Gerber’s booth are invited to experiment with an interface simulator to experience Paragon first hand. “Users will see for themselves how Paragon systematically guides them through the entire cutting process,” said Park.
Also, this year, the IFAI Expo is co-located with the SGIA Specialty Printing & Imaging Technology Expo.
Gerber’s ContourVision and Z1 conveyorized, single-ply cutting system work in unison to quickly and accurately cut pre-printed materials. As the conveyorized cutter feeds printed fabric onto the cutting bed, the vision system scans the graphics printed on the fabric. The completed scan is then sent to the cutter’s control station, where the outline (or contour) of the image is converted to a tool path and subsequently cut. The entire scan-to-cut process takes only minutes and eliminates the need for cut files entirely.
The IFAI Expo is one of the largest displays of the specialty fabrics industry. Visit
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