Print Monthly News- Graf-cut guillotines

By Karis Copp

Print Monthly online editor
Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016 12:57 GMT
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As part of a two-year distribution deal, Terry Cooper Services now offer the 52H and 73H small cutters from Graf-cut

Polish manufacturer Graf-cut has been in business for more than three decades, producing space-efficient, robust cutting solutions for the graphic and paper converting industry.

Managing director of Terry Cooper Services, Chris Cooper, comments: “Ideally suited to the digital print market these easy-to-use, simple-to-set up and run systems are highly competitively-priced.”

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“We expect the quality and affordability of the Graf-cut guillotines to enable printers to easily make cost effective enhancements to their services”

The Graf-cut 73H has a maximum format of 730 x 730mm, and boasts a seven inch full-colour touchscreen, a foot pedal for material pre-clamping, and a fully hydraulic system with adjustable pressure.

The 52H’s maximum format is 520 x 520mm, with a four inch monochrome touchscreen, clamping pressure adjustment, and a hydraulic drive for knife and clamp.

Cooper concludes: “We expect the quality and affordability of the Graf-cut guillotines to enable printers to easily make cost effective enhancements to their services.”

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