The Cordoba range follows the rule of using a matrix system to crease substrates prior to folding. Heavy boards or plastics, or laminations in addition to cross grain or digitally printed works can now be created without a die-cutting machine. The Cordoba incorporates a traditional folding section with a knife and matrix creasing unit. The folder has a modified roller configuration and fold plate angle, which eliminates crackings and curls when folding heavy stocks. Attachments can be added e.g.: perforating, punching, gluing, in addition plough folds can be added to produce presentation folders. The machine can crease from 80 to 600 gr. (4 – 30 points) and fold from 140 to 600 gr. (6 – 30 points). When folding light weight stocks a standard folding unit can be added.
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|Max Size||cm 52 x 120 (20½ x 47¼ in.)|
|Min Size||cm 15 x 20 (6 x 7 3/4 in.)|
|Creasing Stock Range||80 – 600 gr. (4 – 30 points)|
|Folding Stock Range||140 – 600 gr. (6 – 30 points)|
|Speed A4 1 Creasing||14.000 cp/h|
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