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Kongsberg Tooling – Expert Session

About this event

Produce jobs at the highest quality

Have you ever questioned ‘What is the best tool for this material?’, ‘What’s the difference between this blade and that?’ Want to try a new application, but not sure how to go about it?

At Esko, we get these questions from customers all the time and want to take the opportunity to share our knowledge with you!

During this webinar, two of our Application Experts from our Experience Centre will break down all the steps you need to ensure you’re getting the best quality product out of your Kongsberg table.

Key Take-Aways

  • How to select the right tool: detailed overview of our tooling portfolio with specifications and characteristics
  • Bit/Blade selection – what to choose and what’s the difference
  • New material trends and how to process them
  • Tips, tricks and best practices for digital finishing

There will be a live Q&A section at the end of the session.

Can't make it to the session? Register and you will receive the recording afterwards!

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Filip Van Bruaene Application Specialist Digital Finishing @ Esko

    Filip joined Esko in 2011 as an Application Engineer, focussing on Deployment & Training of Esko’s software solutions across the EMEA region. In 2016 he took on the role of Application Specialist for Digital Finishing; demonstrating, testing and benchmarking jobs & materials on the Kongsberg tables.

  • Guest speaker
    Koen van Reybroeck Application Specialist CAD/CAM @ Esko

    Koen joined Esko 8 years ago as experienced Application Specialist in CAD/CAM, with a history in marketing, pre-sales and after-sales for the digital printing and color management sector. Focusing on the Packaging and signage market, Print Management, Graphics and Pre-press, and Digital Printing.


Integrated solutions for the packaging industry

The Esko product portfolio supports and manages the packaging and print processes for brand owners, retailers, designers, premedia and trade shops, packaging manufacturers, and converters.