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Montana Sign Maker  Takes Media Cutting to New Heights 

Press release from the issuing company

Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania - The FASTSIGNS franchise in Helena, Montana, is the subject of the latest product case study from Foster, which offers a complete selection of precision cutters and trimmers for wide format, sign making, and display graphics production.  Featured in the new case study is the Foster Keencut 98-inch SteelTraK Vertical Substrate Cutter recently installed by the FASTSIGNS franchisee.  The complete case study may be viewed at goo.gl/gyFwfl
Commenting on the case study, Foster CEO Ted Borowsky said: "Reducing media waste when making long cuts is a key factor in increasing sign show profitability.  With the 98-inch Foster Keencut SteelTraK cutter, sign makers have more flexibility and can utilize layouts that optimize media consumption.  The Foster Keencut 98-inch SteelTraK cutter is available from Foster dealers throughout the Americas."
Greg Painter, owner of FASTSIGNS 637 in Helena, Montana, also commented: "Our old cutter was too small to let us cut the length of a full material sheet, so we inevitably wasted board, and our ability to lay out signage depended upon our cutter capacity.  Now we get flawless cuts every time, and we estimate that our new SteelTraK has upped productivity by five to ten times." 

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