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Zünd marks another successful Advanced Engineering UK

Friday, November 13, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

ST ALBANS, UK - Zünd UK is following up a host of prospective orders after a sixth successful appearance at the Composites Engineering Show, part of Advanced Engineering UK.

Appealing to designers and manufacturers working with composite materials across a multitude of sectors, the Zünd S3 L1200CVE12 compact digital cutting table on display attracted visitors throughout the two-day event in early November. The Zünd S3 can handle a wide range of materials up to 25mm in thickness easily, quickly and with maximum automation and, thanks to its modular construction, can be built and retrofitted to meet the exact needs of each user.  

The cutting system was demonstrated by Zünd UK's team of experts with complementary software: Zünd Cut Centre digital cutting workflow automation, Capturez one-click digitising system for reverse engineering and an automatic nesting system.

"This was our sixth consecutive time exhibiting at Advanced Engineering UK and it continues to be a very worthwhile event for us," comments Peter Giddings, Sales Director, Zünd Plotting Systems (UK) Ltd.

"The event specialises in composites processing in sectors such as aerospace, automotive, defence and architecture so there was a great deal of innovative equipment on display and visitors with exciting ideas. We expect to return next year, but have plenty of business leads to follow up in the meantime."

The Composites Engineering Show took place as part of the annual Advanced Engineering UK event at the NEC in Birmingham on November 4th and 5th 2015. The successful 2015 show follows Zünd's participation in 2014 and 2013, which resulted in direct sales to visitors Gould Engineering and AIM Composites respectively, among others.


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