Scissor Hands is expected to showcase its cloud-based cutting software next week at the International Graphic Arts Show (IGAS) 2018. Held July 26th through the 31st in Tokyo Japan this year, professionals from the industries of printing can watch and participate in demonstrations of the award-winning automation software.
Your prepress department has been working hard to reduce paper waste. You’ve invested in imposition software. You’ve tediously experimented with rotations and bleeds to cram more jobs on less paper. But now your shop is in a jam. Too many…
LAS VEGAS, NV – Konica Minolta, a provider of business and industrial imaging products, partnered with Scissor Hands, a cutting automation software and 2015 Must See ‘Ems Award Winner, at this year’s Print 17, the largest display of live running print equipment in the Americas held Sept. 10-14 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
LAS VEGAS, NV – MBM Corporation (MBM), a producer of paper cutters and finishing equipment for the graphics and printing industries, debuted two Triumph paper cutters equipped with advanced bindery technology from Scissor Hands, an award-winning cutting automation software, at this year’s Print 17, held Sept. 10-14 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
LAS VEGAS, NV – The innovative capabilities of cutting automation solution Scissor Hands, a product of Opensoft Inc., caught the eyes and ears of production managers, print shop owners and fulfillment centers from around the world at this year’s Print 17. Held Sept. 10-14 at McCormick Place in Chicago, the event is the largest display of live running print equipment in the Americas.
LAS VEGAS, NV – 2015 Must See ‘Ems Award winner Scissor Hands will demonstrate its innovative cloud-based software at Print 17. To be held at McCormick Place in Chicago from Sept. 10-14, the exhibition and conference is one of the largest displays of live running print equipment in the Americas.
Scissor Hands was developed by Opensoft Inc. to increase throughput in the bindery without adding iron to the floor. Its cloud-based software delivers smarter cut programs through proprietary artificial intelligence that maximize efficiency on guillotine, laser and die cutters while reducing labor costs.
It is commonly believed that bottlenecks in print production most often occur in the bindery. But, to reach the finish line, let’s look back at the start. While the finishing may be the most time-consuming stage, what other factors consequently affect the time it takes for print jobs to reach the bindery where the cutter operator is forced to make up for any lost time?
The 2015 Must See ‘Ems Award winner for cutting edge automation, Scissor Hands again won over attendees at Graph Expo 16, one of the largest displays of live running print equipment in the Americas, held Sept. 25-28 in Orlando, Fla. This year, attendees had a hand in live demonstrations of the binding automation software.
Graph Expo attendees became fully qualified guillotine cutter operators. After approximately three minutes of training on button locations and safety features, attendees could test the software right on the show floor.
Okay. With Scissorhands software, we automate cutters. We take the JDF in the PDF from your pre-press, we send the JDF up to the cloud and create a cut course that will then program your cutter. The PDF stays in your shop, so no one can ever see the image. It’s all secure. Then, one day we optimize, find the best cut course out of hundreds to cut this in the least amount of time.
Scissor Hands will return for the second year to Graph Expo 16, one of the largest displays of live running print equipment in the Americas, to introduce new updates to its papercut software. A winner of the 2015 Must See ‘Ems Award,…