Exion Corporation will showcase its TPS fully automatic channel letter bending machine, as well as its LECI Black Rhino CO2 Laser Engraving and Cutting Machine, at the upcoming Sign Africa and FESPA Africa Expo, taking place from 13-15 September at Gallagher Convention Centre.
Exion Corporation’s Jay Kim explained, ‘The strong points of TPS machines are the beautiful finishing and the fact that some of the world’s best parts are installed in the hardware point. However, the stronger points lie in their software. Firstly, many PhDs are involved in the software development division to keep upgrading the software. Secondly, it is easy to set up parameters defined on materials. In comparison, with other company’s machines, specialised engineers must come to change the parameters every time the material is changed, which means extra time and expenditure. Thirdly, it is user friendly and you need just a half day’s training. And whatever material you use, you are getting perfectly accurate output because of the software.’
TPS machines can bend aluminium, stainless steel, and galvanised iron. The minimum bending radius is 7mm in stainless steel and 20mm in aluminium returns. The height of the return can be from 20mm to 180mm, which can bend very small to big letters more than two metres high.
The high-precision LECI Black Rhino CO2 Laser Engraving and Cutting Machine has 150W laser power with a design that matches the 220V single phase AC with 50Hz electricity.
The BCL-1309 features a working area of 1300 x 900mm, with USB or cable connection for data and Wi-Fi function, as well as backup service on standby.
‘Exion Corporation knows very well that backup service is a number one priority. We have had much experience with selling and servicing CNC machines in the past, which forms part of our mission to never let our customers down,’ said Kim.
A portion of every Black Rhino machine sale will be donated to an anti-rhino poaching organisation.
Entrance is free. For more information, and to pre-register online, please visit: http://www.signafricaexpo.com/landing-page/sign-africa-jhb/