Our Plotter/Cutter is Wider than Yours.

March 30, 2014 at 8:12 pm  |   Service, Systems, Travel, What you can do with your plotter/cutter

Go big or go home. Bydesign, a luxury safari tent making company in Nairobi, Kenya, purchased the widest Carlson Design plotter/cutter to date at 14.5′ (4.41m). They knew they needed to automate to meet the growing demand for their amazing products. To accurately cut their tent panels from pvc, ripstop, and mesh, they needed a 4m wide working area. We provided a turn-key 14.5’x28′ system to shave weeks off their cutting time.

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Rolly Tasker Sails – “Same Same, But Different”.

March 27, 2014 at 8:05 pm  |   News, Service, Systems, Travel

“Same Same, but Different”. This common Thai expression perfectly sums-up the installation of our SECOND Pro PT plotter/cutter at Rolly Tasker. For one week in March, 2014 we updated their 2007 PT-78” plotter/cutter AND installed a new 2014 PT-72” plotter/cutter. We also introduced NEW autonesting software and best-practice training.

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Taco Metals – Sitting Pretty

January 30, 2014 at 4:13 pm  |   News, Systems, Travel, What you can do with your plotter/cutter

Taco Metals, one of the most trusted name in marine hardware, also fabricates beautiful marine pedestals, seats, and benches. They offer premium upholstered products, and with the help of a Carlson Design Digitizer and Plotter/Cutter, they will be able to offer better quality, higher repeatability, and increased capacity to service larger boat OEM’s and dealers.

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Chair Care Patio – “Let’s cut everything!”

January 24, 2014 at 4:17 pm  |   News, Systems, Travel, What you can do with your plotter/cutter

Chair Care Patio started in the late 80’s out of Deb and Steve Martz garage. They have since grown and evolved the company to meet a wide variety of industry demands. Their shop is filled with lots of fabric, patterns, sewing machines, and one web-savy serial entrepreneur. Add our Carlson Plotter/Cutter and T-Bar Digitizer to the mix and they are looking to cut everything they can! To start, we examine how they automate cutting samples, patio slings, chairs, and marine upholstery.

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