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Summa Releases GoProduce Flatbed Edition 3.0

Tailored to company’s flatbed cutter range, the F Series.




Summa (Gistel, Belgium) has released a new version of their GoProduce software, GoProduce Flatbed Edition 3.0 according to a press release. This software is expressly tailored to Summa’s flatbed cutter range, the F Series. As a result, the in-house developed software ensures optimal use of the flatbed cutters and efficiency in customers’ production processes.

GoProduce was originally released in 2019 as the first software module within Summa’s GoSuite platform. The specification ‘Flatbed Edition’ has now been added to the software name to make a clear distinction in the software available, as Summa also has production software for their L Series laser cutters called GoProduce Laser Edition.

The software comes with every new F Series and is easy to install, per the press release. With its intuitive interface and easy navigation, the software is user-friendly. For users who want to get the most out of their cutter and workflow, a Pro Pack is available that unlocks additional features such as Barcode functionality, Hot folder support and Twin X workflow.

Features of GoProduce include the following:

  • Material manager: Library of materials and their optimized settings.
  • Action sets: There are standard action sets or users can custom make them, to optimize the workflow for your way of working.
  • Backside cutting: It’s possible to cut the unprinted backside of the material, for cutting packages, as that way the tool does not damage the design.
  • Sorting: Optimizes the cutting path, making the machine more efficient and makes output faster.
  • Barcode functionality Pro Pack: The barcode functionality reads the printed barcode and automatically identifies the job to obtain the necessary cutting data from the computer.

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