1 Capture

The camera captures the hide contour. Previously marked quality zones and flaws are registered automatically.

2 Nesting

The required cut parts are optimally placed for maximum leather utilization. If desirable, the layout of the parts can be visualized via projection directly onto the hide. 

3 Digital Cutting

After nesting the parts, the system proceeds to the next processing step – cutting and puching – with high-precision Zünd tooling. A robust vacuum system provides reliable material hold-down on the cutting surface.

4 Picking

For efficient parts removal, cut pieces need to be identified quickly and unmistakably. For this purpose, the parts are projected in color either on the hide or on the monitor.

Small leather processing

Shoe production & accessories

Cutter types S3 and L3 are ideal for use in the small leather goods area. In this setup, the cut pieces are typically projected directly onto the material and arranged manually. As a further expansion stage, a camera can be used for precise capturing of the leather contour. To reliably distinguish small, similar parts during removal, the projection can also be used to precisely capture the leather contour.

Large leather processing

Upholstery & Transportation

To process whole leather skins, the cutters of type G3 and D3 are used primarily. The contour of the leather, as well as the previously marked quality zones, are captured with a camera. The parts are fully automatically arranged on the leather-based on this information.

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