Mauritian sign-maker leaves Sign and Digital with Maxicam router
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By News Desk
18 April 2012
David Lagesse of Cube Design purchased the Maxi-C 1325SE-T-V from Maxicam at Sign and Digital UK
Maxicam UK has reported it sold its flagship Maxi-C 1325SE-T-V on the second day of Sign and Digital UK last month. The buyer was signage and brand consultancy Cube Design, based in Mauritius, which chose the CNC router for its new facility for the 'finesse and speed' it displayed at the Birmingham show.
The Maxi-C 1325SE-T-V is capable of cutting and routing sheets of Foamex, Dibond, acrylic, plastics, MDF and aluminium and other substrates up to 4 x 8' (1.2 x 2.4m) in size and up to their highest standard thicknesses. The machine offers T-slot and vacuum clamping, while the tool carriage is operated by 'high-performance' servo motors. Maxicam's OSAI Control software is also incorporated into the unit.
"The finesse and speed displayed by Maxicam's demonstrations at Sign and Digital UK quickly convinced me that I needed the machine for my new sign manufacturing facility," states Cube Design director David Lagesse.
"I was able to visualise immediately how many of our sign projects could benefit from the Maxi-C 1325-SE-T-V, and was impressed with the service offering and commitment shown by the Maxicam team."
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