Morgana Systems’ own-branded rotary die-cutter, the Morgana RDC, is now available to market to help digital printers diversify offerings.
Priced around £60,000, depending on configuration, the RDC has been introduced to Morgana’s portfolio to replace the Nagel DFC system the supplier had previously sold in the same market position.
Unveiled initially at the supplier’s Taking Print Further event in March, it was officially launched to market on 22 August as a complement to the Valiani range of flatbed cutting tables it currently sells.
“As of right now, we already sell a range of flatbed cutting tables and many of the customers who bought those may want something with a bit more productivity for certain jobs – this is the machine to fulfil that demand,” said vice-president for offline business Ray Hillhouse.
Morgana’s RDC is able to die-cut, kiss-cut, score and perforate – in one pass if necessary – at speeds up to 4,500sph. It takes a maximum sheet size of 368x508mm with a die-cutting area of 361x472mm and a thickness capacity up to 400gsm. It runs a cutting system comprising an upper magnetic cylinder to hold the cutting matrix and a lower counter cylinder.