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    Sample maker / digital cutter
    The first plotters appearing in the market were used for drawing maps for the armies, so they were just large drawing tables. Wild/leica, Kongsberg and other were the pioneers. In the late 70´s they became a knife.

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    Plotter Elcede NCP 160 -4S
    Plotter Elcede NCP 160 -4S
    Condition
    condition(4) Running condition, good
    ZUND M-1200
    ZUND M-1200
    Condition
    condition(5) Very good condition, almost new
    0,00
    Plotter ZUND M-800
    Plotter ZUND M-800
    Condition
    condition(5) Very good condition, almost new
    0,00
    Zünd S-800
    Zünd S-800
    Condition
    condition(5) Very good condition, almost newrenewed
    0,00
    eurolaser LCS M-1600 - 600 W Rofin sealed-off-laser
    eurolaser LCS M-1600 - 600 W Rofin sealed-off-laser
    Condition
    condition(2) Running conditionsee diagnosis on picture
    18.900,00
    sold
    Plotter Kongsberg i-XL44
    Plotter Kongsberg i-XL44
    Condition
    condition(4) Running condition, good
    Sale
    Lasercomb HSP1613 with milling head
    Lasercomb HSP1613 with milling head
    Condition
    condition(4) Running condition, good
    11.900,00
    Sale
    Plotter Kongsberg XN24S
    Plotter Kongsberg XN24S
    Condition
    condition(4) Running condition, good
    Sale
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    SampleMaker & Counter Cutter NCP 160
    SampleMaker & Counter Cutter NCP 160
    Condition
    condition(4) Running condition, good
    10.900,00
    sold
    Zund Plotter PN M800
    Zund Plotter PN M800
    Condition
    condition(4) Running condition, good
    sold
    ZUND XL-3000 Digital cutter
    ZUND XL-3000 Digital cutter
    Condition
    condition(4) Running condition, good

    Sample-makers in the packaging industry

    In mid of the 80´s so called CAD/CAM systems became to be popular, first driven by HP (under Unix) and later by PC´s 252 the packaging software “laserline!, Diecad3 and others create the data to drive the sample makers, able to cut (with a tangential knife first) and crease. The oscillating knife for cutting box-samples of corrugated board followed the low-power lasers, which had not the success at that time, as they have it today. Probably around 25000 sample makers were sold in the folding carton and corrugated industry during the past 30+ years.

    Flat-bed plotters for die-making

    Those machines where used also for the diemakers willing to improve, but with not sufficient capital to afford a laser-cutting machine. The die-makers used the plotter to draw on plywood the contour which they later jigged by a manual jig-saw. Packaging companies used also the plotter to draw the “astralon” on a polyester film in order to prove and check the dimension of the lay-out and the tolerances of the cutting die. Flatbed-plotters were much more accurate than drum-plotters in those days.

    Digital cutting tables
    Beginning of the new century the plotters transform the name to digital cutting tables and increased considerable the speed and acceleration. Companies like Kongsberg, Lasercomb and Zund add a feeder on their machines to assure a more-or-less automatic process to produce mock-ups and orders of up to 500-2000 boxes.
    Today, digital cutting tables are represented in all industries