Paper Cutters — Slicing Time, Not Fingers
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The Triumph 430-EP tabletop model, from MBM Corp., has all the advantages of EP accuracy along with the durability of the larger cutters—all in a compact package. It is very popular for cutting checks, business cards, etc. With over 15˝ behind the knife, this cutter is perfectly suited for small cutting jobs, which makes it ideal for quick printing and franchise shops.
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The Pro-Cut 320 MPSII from Pro-Cut Manufacturer has been upgraded to a 10hp phase motor with larger, stronger hoses and a larger pump. These features allow more clamp and knife force along with a 33 percent faster knife cycle compared to last year's 320MPS version. This creates better accuracy from sheet to sheet comparisons. Full-length safety beams are standard.
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Polar cutters, from Heidelberg, feature clean profiles, integration of sub-assemblies and smooth surfaces that make them safer, more accessible and ergonomic. Polar 92 through 176 models work faster with knife action up to 45 cuts per minute. Rapid cycling is optimized by a backgauge that speeds the positioning of material at the knife.
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The Baum SC-2 scale counter can be used with the B2 jogger to weigh-count each cutting job for easy, yet precise, measurement of job materials. Simple two-button operation for weighing and counting.
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Wohlenberg Cut-Tec high-speed guillotines from MBO America are CIP3 compatible, off-line and in-line. Basic equipment includes large color LCD display with high resolution and radiation-free alpha-numeric keyboard, disk drive, safety light barrier, stand-by function, electronic log book, auto-programmer, air table with blower, clamp plate (90mm), slot closing device, two knives, operating tools, automatic paper ejection and feed correction.
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