UK-based Prosign Print and Display have expanded their production capacity with the addition of a second Zünd cutter. The company have been users of Zünd technology for many years and understand the versatility and opportunities the Zünd cutter provides.
Prosign Print and Display is a specialist in large format printing, POS, packaging, exhibition and signage. Based in Nottingham, Prosign Print and Display have been serving the large format printing industry for over 25 Years with a strong focus on continued investment in the latest state-of-the-art technology.
Looking back at his first Zünd purchase, Steve Hardy, managing director at Prosign Print and Display said, ‘We initially put our neck on the block and purchased our first Zünd in 2013. Since that very first day we have never looked back. Our Zünd S3 cutter enabled us to start working towards our goal of becoming a truly bespoke visual communications company. We were able to achieve larger print runs, more intricate cutting and it also enabled us to become more efficient and therefore cost effective.’
The Nottingham based business is a true reflection of the endless business opportunities you can achieve on a Zünd cutter. Prosign originally bought their Zünd cutter to process their own print work, which quickly turned to offering a cutting service to other trade customers. The company is now processing specialist materials like Xanita for POS, exhibitions, retail items and much more.
The company decision to invest in a second Zünd cutter was driven from the need to increase production capacity but also be able to cut materials that they couldn’t previously process. Hardy contacted Zünd and specified a Zünd G3 cutter with upgrade options to meet their business requirements.
Reflecting back on his decision to opt-in for a second Zünd cutter, Hardy said, ‘We needed a cutter that would do the same as what the Zünd S3 did with a larger working area. We were starting to buy in heavy duty cutting service ourselves and wanted to start to work with materials such as wood and aluminium. We needed a Zünd G3, and this is when we decided to start speaking with Zünd about the best way to solve our problems, future-proof our business and ensure that we could keep moving in the right direction.’