JEC Europe 2015: Zünd underscores expertise in digital cutting
Zünd presented innovative solutions for the composites industry at JEC Europe in Paris. With the G3 M-1600, the Swiss manufacturer introduced a digital
cutting solution geared specifically towards maximum productivity and versatility.
Zünd came away from the recently concluded JEC Europe 2015 in Paris with a very positive outlook. „This tradeshow far exceeded our expectations," says Peter Hohl, Zünd Product Manager, Composites. „Generally speaking, we felt a great deal of willingness to invest from the European and Asian markets.“ Indicative of the positive trend was this year's number of visitors to the Zünd booth, which increased considerably over last year's.
A significant number of purchasing decisions were made right at the show. For many visitors, the deciding factors in choosing Zünd were the tremendous productivity, flexibility, and modularity of its digital cutting systems. The ability to efficiently and precisely cut such a wide range of materials, including carbon and glass fiber, Aramid, rock wool, basalt fiber, rigid foam and honeycomb make Zünd an exceedingly attractive choice for so many in this industry. The volume of orders Zünd took at this show is indicative of the widespread need for European composites processors to achieve greater process integration and increases in overall productivity.
The focus of Zünd's exhibit were a number of hot topics in the composites industry: high productivity in mass production, great flexibility in cutting and routing shorter-run/variable production, greater efficiency through process integration, integrated solutions for industrial production workflows.
„JEC Europe has lived up to its reputation as the world's leading tradeshow for the composites industry. In comparison to last year, the show has become even bigger and more international,“ concludes Peter Hohl.
Zünd Systemtechnik AG is very happy with the results from JEC Europe 2015 in Paris. The company was able to secure orders from all over Europe and Asia.