Digital flatbed cutters are the perfect solution for prototyping and producing packaging, displays, textiles, and signage. Summa's F Series flatbed finishing systems are exceptional for short run productions while being easy to operate with short set-up times. The wide range of tools and add-ons make the F Series extremely versatile for a multitude of applications such as vinyl, cardboard, foamboard, plastics, window film, wood, and fabrics. Summa's F Series currently comes in four sizes ranging from 63” x 47” to 104” x 120”.
Vinyl Cutters in Seattle, WA
AirMark has provided companies throughout the world with the latest sign-making production equipment for more than 25 years. Our machines are used by many industries for a multitude of applications, such as labels, packaging, and vehicle graphics.
We carry vinyl cutting equipment by the top manufacturers: Roland and Summa. Their cutting plotters can be put to work for hobbyists and commercial enterprises alike.
Roland offers a compact solution—the CAMM-1 GS desktop cutter—that enables you to quickly and conveniently cut vinyl, paint mask, reflective vinyl, twill, heat transfers, sandblast material, and even thicker media like magnetic materials and cardstock. The CAMM-1 GR series ranges in size from 42 inches to 64 inches. These cutters are popular for airplane and boat graphics, apparel, and wall graphics.
Summa is one of the world’s most popular brands because of its reliability and accuracy. The SummaCut series is available in four sizes, all equipped with large control panels that make programming simple, high-speed cut heads, and optical positioning. The Summa S2 Class series has three cutting head options: drag, tangential, and tangential with OPOS-CAM. Each of these can be purchased in three or four different sizes, depending on your needs.
Large-format printers and printer cutters
If you run a sign shop or a printing or graphics business, a large-format printer is vital equipment. The Epson SureColor S-Series has three different models—all 64 inches in width—to fulfill your printing needs, whether you require an economical solution, a highly productive machine, or the highest photographic quality. Deliver decals, banners, indoor and outdoor displays, and more to your clients.
Roland and Summa have developed printer cutters that combine the two functions in one machine. Roland manufactures a line of integrated inkjet printer cutters for printing shops and those who are pursuing a hobby. Print personalized T-shirts and photos, as well as murals and posters. Summa’s DC Series Printer Cutters are very durable and incorporate environmentally friendly thermal printing technology. In both 30-inch and 54-inch sizes, these printer cutters guarantee prints for up to five years without lamination. You can make die-cut decals, labels, vehicle graphics, signs, and other specialty products.
Summa's F Series Flatbed Finishing Systems can produce innovative signage, displays, samples, and packaging applications. They are also excellent for prototyping. The F series cutters are available in four sizes and can cut cardboard, vinyl, rubber, fabrics, and more. There is also a routing module available with the F Series that can route hard foam, PVC, acrylic, wood, and other hard materials.
Laminators protect your finished products from the weather, fingerprints, foot traffic, and water. You might want to laminate POP displays, floor graphics, vehicle wraps, and posters. Gfp, which stands for graphic finishing partners, creates cold and heat laminators. Choose from a budget-minded 30-inch cold laminator, a versatile 65-inch dual laminator, and options in between.