For drilling of large sheets printed with multiple images there is a very efficient solution: model Dürselen PB.05. The paper drilling machine works similar to a guillotine cutter. The sheets are positioned by a programmable back gauge and moved to the front by one image per program step. One row of holes – up to 22 in one stroke – is drilled. Then the back gauge moves to the front another step etc.
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|Hole spacing||31,7 mm - 1.050 mm / 1 1/4" - 41"|
|Max drill heads||22|
|Pile height||50 mm / 2"|
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