HP has evaluated and tested the Summa L Series laser cutters with the HP Stitch printer series and has acknowledged that both technologies work seamlessly together, providing added value to customer workflows.
The HP Stitch printer series for dye sublimation printing has the fastest colour match available in the market. To achieve well-finished final products, users can rely on Summa’s L Series. The L Series has been develoepd to cut textile for sportswear, fashion, soft signage and interior decoration.
HP states that the purpose of the validation with Summa is to enhance the value proposition and competitive advantage of HP Stitch and Summa. As a result, solutions can be provided for the E2E printing environment beyond the printer.
Summa’s CEO, Erwin Vandousselaere, said: “With our L Series and the L3214 in particular, Summa introduced a true productivity game changer to textile cutting. It is not only speed which makes this cutter to stand out, it also maintains the finest accuracy and meets the highest safety standards. In addition, thanks to the 3.2 m (10ft 5in) width, it entails a perfect synergy with large format textile printers, such as the HP Stitch printer series. After all, I believe the validation by HP represents great added value helping customers with their choice of equipment that fits their business needs.”
For companies in high production environments, production capacity is where profit comes from. In that case, it is all the more important to optimise workflows and make the most qualitative products in the shortest possible time. Part of this is the co-ordination between print and cut. Summa, in turn, ensures laser cutters that are worth the investment by delivering:
- Increased production capacity through automation and high laser acceleration.
- Ease of use through automated options and smart media handling.
- Business continuity through reliable long-life laser tube and high-quality electronics.
- Safe operations with the closed system and the extraction of fumes.
- Precise finish through camera recognition, contactless cutting and sealed edges.