MultiCam Canada unveils Celero Digital Finishing System

The Celero Digital Finishing System from MultiCam.
The Celero Digital Finishing System from MultiCam Canada.

MultiCam, a leading U.S.-based manufacturer of mechanized CNC cutting solutions, has added the Celero to its extensive product portfolio. The Celero Digital Finishing System is engineered to provide users with “unparalleled performance as well as pristine cut quality,” said the OEM. “Seamlessly balancing speed and precision,” the Celero utilizes linear motors to reach acceleration speeds of 1.2 G’s, as well as 12,000 inches per minute maximum traverse speed. The new system offers cutting speeds of up to 3,500 inches per minute, which substantially reduces sheet-to-sheet time and helps to maximize production speeds and workflow. Its unique modular design allows for easy transportation through double-door entryways, and offers a 3 x 4-metre (9.8 x 13.1 feet) cutting area for large projects. The Celero also features a conveyor system for easy loading or unloading of materials, as well as automatic tool changing capabilities for both the spindle and the knife.

David Morse.
David Morse.

“We’re thrilled to present the next generation of digital finishing systems to our MultiCam family. The new Celero is without a doubt a game changer for CNC technology as a whole,” said MultiCam Chairman & CEO, David Morse. “By incorporating MultiCam’s outstanding reputation for excellent motion, along with our new high-powered linear motion system, the Celero brings unprecedented speed and superb cut quality – all while achieving much lower noise levels. The Celero offers a much more efficient platform for production floors.” Daniel Austin, General Manager of MultiCam Canada (Concord, Ontario), added that when he compared the speed of the Celero against two of the most popular finishing machines on the market, the Celero proved to be 3 times to 4 times faster.



Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.