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The Aerocut, manufactured by paper handling specialists MBM Corporation, is an all-in-one finishing system that automatically cuts, creases, slits and perforates sheets with laser-like precision. The incredible versatility of the Aerocut allows it work with many different types of media to generate brochures, business cards, post cards, greeting cards, etc. with paper sizes up to 14 3/8" x 20 1/2" and paper weights up to 130lbs. And with the air-suction feeding mechanism, the Aerocut with cut and crease up to 12 full sheets per minute, while the air knife preventing marks, cracked images and double feeds on glossy, matte, laminated or UV coated sheets.
The digital touch screen operates the main control panel, which features 83 pre-programmed cutting templates and up to 50 additional custom programs for quick and easy setup. To ensure perfectly accurate cutting, the Aerocut features a self-correcting cut mark registration function that will adjust for any image shift inherent to the digital printing process. We highly recommend the MBM Aerocut Business Slitter, Cutter & Creaser to companies looking to automate their mid-to-high volume cutting, creasing, slitting and perforating needs.
- Ideally suited for digital applications
- Crease without cracking wide range of stocks, even with full-bleed ink coverage
- 83 pre-programmed cutting template
- 5-position crease depth adjustment dial
- Magnetic paper guides for easy adjustment for various paper sizes
- Self-sharpening blades with safety access cover
- Sturdy, all-metal construction mounted on lockable, heavy-duty casters
- Business card collection tray and standard on-line perforating unit
Dimensions (D x W x H): 17 x 29 1/4" x 11 1/4"
Shipping weight: 61 lbs
|Sheet capacity||2 1/4" (stack)|
|Paper size||8 1/4" x 8 1/4" to 14 3/8" x 20 1/2" +|
|Paper weight||80 to 130 lbs.**|
|Power supply||115 V, 60 Hz||
*based on 2 cuts and 1 crease (8 1/2" x 11")
**may vary due to variations in paper and power supply/ paper coatings (varnish, UV, laminates, etc.) may limit acceptable paper weight