Anderson DPC attends GlassBuild Expo 2012
2012-10-02 15:01 by admin
On September 12-14 Anderson America exhibited at our first GlassBuild expo in Las Vegas Nevada. Anderson DPC (Print & Graphic Division) had on display 25 new inkjet UV digital prints on glass from their new Cojet Plus+ flat bed digital printer. The Anderson booth had many interested visitors which including leading manufactures in the glass industry.
Traditionally, glass decoration was accomplished by screen print and or inkjet frit ink and then fired onto the glass. New Inkjet ink technology from Anderson, now allows high definition UV inkjet up to 1440 dpi for indoor use. Due to the complexities of handling and decorating glass, the heavy duty Cojet Plus+ is a perfect fit to handle heavy glass.
The high definition 1440dpi print samples attracted a lot of attention and Anderson DPC will continue to attend and work with new companies interested in this new application for inkjet decoration.
Anderson America to expand U.S distributor network.
2012-07-10 08:41 by admin
As the economy continues to recover and many distribution partners are looking to expand their CNC product offering, Anderson America is initiating a new dealer recruitment and expansion campaign to allow it to partner with more dealers and resellers in the industry. Anderson has always maintained a strong connection with its distributor network and in an effort to continue growing its new and existing dealer partnerships, is introducing and offering many new incentives to help dealers successfully integrate Anderson's line of CNC Processing Centers into their program. These incentives include new and exciting training programs aimed at utilizing Anderson's flagship, Pineville, NC showroom, and experienced, expert sales and marketing staff. For more information on joining our winning team and arranging a visit for you and your staff, please contact Sebastian Ward, Anderson's Dealer Recruitment Liaison, at 704-529-8369 or Sebastianward@yahoo.com. We look forward to working with you now and in the future.
Anderson Machinery Seeks Trail Blazing Initiatives with Alphacam
2012-05-30 10:13 by admin
And Raymond G. Ward is making Anderson Group America’s Technical Centre available to Alphacam and Vero to help progress new joint projects. Nick Spurrett and his Alphacam team are already planning to work closely with Anderson Group America on the development of label printer software.
Anderson CNC routers are already widely used by Alphacam customers...including The Cutting Room, in Cambridgeshire, UK. Their Anderson has been responsible for a variety of unusual and complicated projects, including a stunning combined reception desk, seating area and logo at the headquarters of leading fashion label Fred Perry.
Cutting Room Director Mark Durey says: “While almost all of the 405 components were different, we had every confidence that our Anderson could produce the high precision work needed to make this project a success.” It has two heads with 8-station auto tool changers, along with twin 1600 mm x 1600 mm beds which were used as one large 3200 mm x 1600 mm bed for the Fred Perry project.
Other projects where Mark Durey chose to use the Anderson over his other routers included a wooden buck for a one-off specialist racing car, a unique wall and stair feature at a Nando’s Restaurant, and the shaped wing struts for the re-creation of a famous early 20th Century monoplane.
“The combination of our Anderson CNC router and Alphacam is perfect. The more accurately we can work, the better. And that’s what Alphacam and Anderson give us. It means we’re working to perfection. In the office we work to perfection on the programming, then in ‘real life’ when it gets to the machine, it’s also perfect.”
The Alphacam team at the Portugal conference welcomed global resellers from as far afield as Australia, Japan and South Africa and presented the group with a strategic look at the 2013 product roadmap, an introduction to Waveform Roughing and a review of Alphacam Art -- an artistic application that automatically creates 3D relief models typically used in the woodworking and engraving industries.