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An extremely versatile and productive line which can incorporate one, two or three work stations for the manufacture of products up to 8 mm thickness, e.g. Diaries, calendars, notebooks, exercise books, children board books, which can be saddle stitched, square back or perfect bound. Ideal for operation in-line with sheet folders or saddle stitchers to perforate and/or cut (with or without trim out); or off-line with separate feeders.

  • Handles any material from very lightweight stock up to 4 mm cardboard and plastic
  • Punches, cuts, splits, die cuts and perforates using specific tools and blades for each task
  • Punches and dies for perforating are interchangeable and can be re-sharpened
  • Cutting tools are interchangeable and can easily be placed in any unit according to the product requirement
  • Hole punching tools can be positioned according to the imposition of multi-up products
  • The cutting and perforating tools are combined with pressing devices, which hold the sheets down before the perforating action, resulting in superior quality with the possibility to use very lightweight paper without any problem
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Max Thickness 4mm standard (10 mm optional)
Max Production Speed 9,000 cycles/hr
Product Size Untrimmed Max 500 x 600 mm - Min 50 x 50 mm

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