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What makes this cutter more accurate than others?
The cutter supports, directly on the machine, up to a maximum of 128 registration or fiducial marks per job. It also adds geometric correction on the carriage travel direction which gives dynamic correction on both axes of the material movement. It has 26 linear-feet of accuracy within one one-hundredth of an inch repeatability.
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I'm here today with our resident print and cut expert Paul Wagner hello Paul hey Timothy how are you great I'm great how are you doing well thanks I have some questions about our cutter and I know that you know more about our cutters I think than anyone in our industry can you help me understand why this cutter is said to be more accurate than other cutters what makes it more accurate oh I think there are several answers to that question Tim first and foremost the cutter supports directly on the machine up to a maximum of 128 registration or fiducial marks per job and that is orders of magnitude more than other cutters are able to support Wow and that's down the x-axis during them the media travel direction the other thing that's very unique about the latex cutter is the fact that it also adds geometric correction on the carriage travel direction so we're getting dynamic correction on both axes of the material movement what that gives us is actually a very large page frame within one hundredth of an inch of cut accuracy that's about 26 linear feet of material within that parameter competitive machines max out it actually the next best machine I know of is less than 7 feet within that same 1/100 of an inch accuracy so it's far more accurate over a much longer or larger distance so what you're saying is we have 26 linear feet of accuracy and our competitor cutters have how much the maximum the next best cutter I'm aware of is under 7 linear feet of accuracy along that same distance and what is the degree of accuracy over 26 linear feet within 1/100 of an inch repeatability so we're printing much longer runs with extreme accuracy on this cutter versus a competitive cutter that's correct Wow I guess that does really make it much more accurate it does