Sydney Stone reveals its first flatbed cutting tables

On the left is Rick Nay, production manager for Sydney Stone. On the right is Rick Brian Kroeker, president of Little Rock Printers. The Optima flatbed cutting table from Valiani allows it to cut a wide range of materials up to 20 mm (0.75 ft) thick. Photo courtesy Sydney Stone.

Sydney Stone, Canada’s exclusive Valiani Omnia dealer, announced its first North American installation of a Valiani Optima V250 system at Little Rock Printers. 

The Optima series of flatbed cutting tables from Valiani offer versatility in a wide range of sizes. This machine is a vacuum flatbed plotter for die cutting. It allows it to cut a wide range of materials up to 20 mm (0.75 ft) thick, making it ideal for signage, in-house prototyping, point of sale displays, or short to medium runs of packaging with high levels of personalization.

Extremely user-friendly and equipped with a ride range of accessories, this system is available with four table sizes: V80 123 x 80cm (48.43 x 31.5 in.), V160 123x 180 cm (48.43 x 70.87 in.), V250 123 x 250cm (48.43 x 98,43 in.), and V300 160 x 300cm (62.99 x 118.11 in.)

“We are extremely proud to be partnering with Little Rock Printers on this exciting first of its kind installation in Canada. Little Rock is renowned for innovative quality print products that push the boundaries for design, substrates, print production, and finishing. With a dynamic production and design team producing print and packaging needs with boutique finishes, we look forward to seeing all of the exciting products that the great minds at Little Rock can conceive to fully utilize the Valiani Optima,” said Stephen Longmire, national sales manager for Sydney Stone.

Sydney Stone was established in 1951 and, since that time, has grown to become one of the premier Canadian distributors of print finishing equipment and supplies throughout the world.

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