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MCT Digital Expand Capabilities of TigerVision software for its VersaTech2 “all in one” cutting solutions at SGIA

Friday, October 06, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Milwaukee, WI - MCT Digital, the leading innovative digital print finishing solutions company, is pleased to announce major software productivity enhancements on the 1st Anniversary of its “all in one” VersaTech2 solution to be Shown at SGIA 2017.  Its TigerVision™ machine control and vision capability with the industry’s one single screen operation has been expanded again. TigerVision now incorporates:

  • QR code reading to allow for automated production, especially of unique cut files down to a quantity of 1, and providing for easier file management as the wrong file can no longer be chosen in error.
  • Improved File Editing capabilities that include cutting path optimization and new drawing tools
  • New Consumables Management System to allow the operators to better keep track of the tools used in stored profiles ensuring that the proper cutting parameters are more easily attributed to specific bits and blades used.
  • Improved “longer than the table” capabilities, incorporating a new “no rotation” mode, which allows for smoother cut and advance capabilities while maintaining the cut lines after advancing.

MCT will also be featuring it’s complement of Workflow software at its Booth, showing the improvements to the tilia Griffin™ nesting capabilities, the TigerPack™ parametric packaging and POP capabilities and the unique Cut-Estimator improvements for estimating with and without a PDF file, and now allowing for comparisons with multiple cutter types available.

With its latest offerings, MCT Digital has delivered more cutter improvements and innovations within its 5-year history than our two largest competitors combined over the last 15-years. With our convertible systems allowing fully automated operation with the laser for sealing both printed and non-printed fabrics, as well as smooth and more complicated cutting for rigid materials as well as etching them, plus supurb traditional routing and knife cutting, we have driven the industry to make improvements and not just sell stale products at the same high pricing. MCT’s VersaTech solutions are 40% heavier by weight and are 20% less expensive in pricing, compelling purchasing factors when compared to the more expensive European alternatives, while providing increasing performance for our users. It is these capabilities coupled with our easier to use TigerVision registration software that drives a quick sale. 

Overall, there are 10 exciting VersaTech enhancements that we'll be showcasing next month at the SGIA Show in New Orleans, LA. We hope to review these improvements with you, there when you visit with us at Booth 3. We've come a long way in a short amount of time. Besides our VT table improvements, we'd like to show you our TigerVision registration & control software. It's as easy to use as a new cell-phone app! MCT Digital offers a complete suite of finishing related software. 

You owe it to yourself to take a good look at all the VersaTech2  1st Anniversary enhancements, to be unveiled in New Orleans at SGIA 2017 - Booth 361 this month! We will be showcasing two 3.2-meter-wide tables; the first optimized with the new laser for cutting fabric and acrylics, and the second, to show the capabilities of the new router, knife and crease tools. Both will include automation and feeding capabilities.  As is always the case with VersaTech2, both systems are configurable to complete “all in one” capabilities and incorporate the easiest to use software in the market, TigerVision. Complete (laser, router or blade) Solutions are available in sizes ranging from 1.6 m up to 3.2m wide, and 3.2m to 9.6m in cut lengths.

 

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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