GUNNAR AG, based out of Altstätten, Switzerland, within the St. Gallen Rhine Valley in the quadripoint area of Switzerland-Germany-Austria-Liechtenstein, globally distributes state-of-the-art and highly innovative computer controlled single and low ply flatbed cutting systems and corresponding peripheral hardware and software for the digital cutting process. Consequently, all our cutting machines are developed and produced in Switzerland, meeting highest quality and precision standards. Made in Switzerland. Proud of it.
GUNNAR is proud member of several associations with relations to our key markets.
GUNNAR offers cutting solutions for the two main market segments
Composites and advanced technical materials, Structural fibers, Technical textiles, Insulation, Upholstery, Technical hybrid materials
GUNNAR maintains a global sales, after sales and technical service structure with hubs in Americas, Europe and Asia.
GUNNAR, the advanced cutting technology partner you can trust.
GUNNAR was first started by Ulf Weissenberger, who began in the industry as a custom framer and framing service partner in 1970, and his son Andreas Weissenberger, who joined the family framing business in 1986.
With their combined experience, they started their vision for the world’s first computerized mat cutter. The goal was to improve efficiency and accuracy of this otherwise tedious and manual task. Official development of the first GUNNAR computerized mat cutter was started 1991. Later in 1992, the first prototype was finally built and production of computerized mat cutting machinery started.
Since then, GUNNAR has now grown into a world-recognized organization, becoming the most popular name for computerized mat cutters in more countries around the world than any other brand. Based on that success story and a long list of industry milestones, GUNNAR can truly be seen as the pioneer in development of computerized mat cutters.
By 2007, GUNNAR decided to use decades of knowledge in digital single ply cutting to enter a second main market segment, the composites and technical textile market.
Moulding Saw, manufactured from 1979 until 1995
Frame Tightener, built from 1982 untill 2000
Mullion Milling Machine, built from 1984 until 1994
Manual Mat Cutter, built from 1985 until 1990
Manual Mat Cutter, built from 1988 until 1995
Manual Glass Cutter, built from 1988 until 2002
Pneumatic Mat Cutter, built from 1990 until 1995
Manual and Pneumatic Mat Cutter, built from 1995 until 2007
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 1993 until 1996
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 1996 until 2003
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 1998 until 2003
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 2000 until 2009
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 2002 until 2014
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 2004 until 2014
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 2009 until 2014
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 2008 until today
Automatic industrial cutting system, built from 2009 until 2018
Computerized Mat Cutter, built from 2015 until today
Automatic industrial cutting system, built from 2018 until today