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i-cut, inc. signs OEM agreement with Ezletter International Ltd.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Lake Geneva, WI – i-cut, Inc., an EskoArtwork OEM business unit, announces it has signed an OEM agreement with Ezletter International Limited, based in Guangzhou, China. Ezletter has licensed use of i-cut Vision Pro control systems for its router and plasma systems.

Ezletter creates CNC routers and plasma systems for the creation of metal signs. With an innovative design utilizing a dual ballscrew with driven nut, the Ezletter GR series and MD series CNC routers both have exceptional precision, high speed and outstanding stability. Ezletter CNC plasmas are specially designed for the cutting of channel letters' front and back board. They can cut a variety of metal sheets, such as galvanized steel, carbon steel, aluminum, stainless steel and copper.

Vision control is necessary with digital finishing systems because all printed materials contain size, rotation and scaling distortions that produce inaccurate digital die cutting, if not corrected. Using Vision Pro, print material specifications are taken from the work stream – including cutting keys that supply operators with optimized tool settings and blade/bit recommendations – and are processed with preset cutting parameters. This makes the finishing set-up even easier and simplifies the tasks necessary for starting each unique job. Subsequently, set-up times are minimal – and in many cases, virtually eliminated.

Ezletter will be incorporating i-cut Vision Pro to offer more accurate and faster cutting and routing in its machines. With i-cut Vision Pro, by eliminating a pen lift with multi-pass routing, jobs are completed faster. A new registration algorithm delivers improved quality with placement registration. A new tool offset algorithm handles close curves as one unit, while improvements have also led to smoother cuts. A new, advanced help system is available from all dialogs, with multimedia teaching videos, schematics, and animations.

"We are pleased that Ezletter has selected our i-cut Vision Pro systems for their routers and plasma systems, " remarks Steve Bennett, EskoArtwork Vice President, Sign & Display Business. Ezletter manufactures exceptional router and lettering systems, and we are thrilled that the i-cut Vision Pro systems are deemed valuable for their systems."

"We are very much aware of the quality of i-cut Vision Pro systems," explains Mark Li, Ezletter President. "We look forward to the additional speed and registration they will offer our systems."




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