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Len’s Awning – Getting Started Smart

May 10, 2015 at 9:04 pm  |   News, Systems, Travel, Vacuum Table, What you can do with your plotter/cutter

Thumbs Up!  Len's Awning has an amazing team.

Len’s Awning wanted a Plotting/Cutting/Patterning solution simple enough to automate basic projects TODAY, but advanced enough to allow them to start building a digital pattern library, designing awnings and canvas in CAD, and eventually integrating 3D Digitizing over the course of the next year. They found that simple and affordable solution with the Carlson Design Pro PT-72″ Plotter/Cutter and T-Bar Pattern Digitizer.

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Maxair Trampolines – “Life is going to be so much better.”

March 1, 2015 at 6:03 pm  |   News, Systems, Travel, What you can do with your plotter/cutter

Once designed, spread your material, align on the table, and (once installed) turn on the vacuum blowers.

MaxAir Trampolines‘ New Year’s resolution is, “No more hand cutting!”.  In January 2015 we installed our WT-174″ Plotter/Cutter at their manufacturing facility in Grand Rapids, MI to help cut trampoline mesh and PVC gymnasium pads.  We knew this was going to significantly improve their work-flow and grow production — what we didn’t expect was by how much! […]

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Oshkosh Tent and Awning – 138 Years of Quality

January 28, 2015 at 9:26 pm  |   Service, Systems, Travel, What you can do with your plotter/cutter

Thumb's up!  You have successfully installed your Plotter/Cutter.  It's time for training!

Founded in 1876, Oshkosh Tent and Awning has been around only 100 fewer years than the United States.  A lot has changed at OTA over the last 138 years, but not their commitment to providing quality custom canvas products.  The company has a diverse product offering ranging from agricultural canvas to awnings to athletic gear, […]

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Isavela – Passionate About Textiles

November 25, 2014 at 3:15 pm  |   News, Service, Travel, What you can do with your plotter/cutter

The hard acrylic cutting surface eliminates material hangers.  It's also a little "sticky" which helps eliminate material shift.

Jaime Muriel, president of Isavela Compression Garments is passionate about textiles. He is using a Carlson Design Plotter/Cutter to expand opportunities in the custom medical garment business. They will be saving time by digitizing physical patterns, saving material with autonesting, and improving quality and repeatability by computer cutting.

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