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Summa F Series - anybody running one?

Discussion in 'Summa' started by In Print, Jul 31, 2013.

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  1. In Print

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    We currently are running a CET 500Q and a Graphtec FC2250 (largest bed) the graphtec really is fast enough and it just isn't made for a production enviroment.
    We print sheets of magnets and each sheet is repetitive small contour cuts. Does anyone have experience with the F-Series and know if it would help us out and what the reliability is?
     
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  2. rshacklett

    rshacklett Wholesale Sign Specialist

    Summa F-Series - Good Machine

    We have one of their machines -- bought it last December. The machine has run pretty much flawlessly. We can run it hard all day long, with no problems. We kicked Graphtec to the curb years ago with their roll to roll machines, and bought Summa roll to roll machines. We were really pleased about how hard we could run them (literally 24 hours a day solid), and no problems. Based upon this experience, I decided to look their F-Series... and haven't looked back.

    Only feedback I'd give is that Greg seems to be the only real strong tech on their machine, the other guys who are great really are only strong on their roll to roll machines. This is understandable since they don't seem to have a ton of those machines in the US. But Greg's support has always been fantastic.

    If you're thinking about a Flatbed cutter, I'd honestly really give the Summa's a chance.
     
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