12 November 2015
Full Frame Signs and Scenic Art installs a Kongsberg V cutting table
TORONTO—Full Frame Signs and Scenic Art has installed a Kongsberg V cutting table to expand its billing in the film industry. According to Esko, it’s the first Kongsberg V installation in Ontario.

 
"We were looking for a table that could accelerate file setup, and do so easily—a table on which we could train someone in hours, not weeks, and which did not require advanced CNC software experience to program files,” Full Frame editorial director Sean Vizsy, said. “It's difficult to find a graphic designer who can also program a CNC machine.The Kongsberg table set-up is simplistic for super things. Using Esko i-cut Layout, we can step and repeat a number of pieces. The best part is that the interface feels and acts like Adobe Illustrator, because it's a plug-in for Illustrator."

Full Frame Signs and Scenic art caters to the film and television industry, as well as the corporate business world. They make everything from flooring and car decals, to apparel, posters, large and small signs and paint stencils.



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