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Dual Knife Rotary Sheeter from Maxson

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Maxson Automatic Machinery Company (Westerly RI USA) offers an affordable sheeter model that offers dual knife rotary cutter technology to printing and converting operations that either relied on the purchase of sheeted stock or, until recently, could only pre-owned machinery.  The design employs a high speed (1300 fpm) cutter outfitted with a delivery system that includes a reject gate and a stacker that uses a scissors lift load table. 
 
The cutter’s dual knife technology allows for heavy cutting loads on up to 0.040” thick (1000 gsm) material while maintaining accuracies of + 0.015” on sheet lengths and requiring no squareness adjustment.  Available in trim widths up to 65” (1651 mm) the cutter’s standard configuration allows for a 16” – 65” (407 – 1651 mm) cut off, although extended lengths and shorter digital sizes can be accommodated.

The delivery system is outfitted with a reject gate that can divert off standard material from the stacker and can productively run lightweight grades of paper as easily as board.  A “continuous run” feature which permits the Operator to offload piles from the stacker without stopping the machine or losing sheets is available to enhance production.

The stacker provides skids of press ready sheets of weighing up to 6000 pounds (2727 kilograms).  The pile offset feature permits the Operator to center the pile on a standard skid to avoid rejogging and aerating the pile prior to feeding it into the printing press.

Please contact Brent H. Burdick, Director of Sales & Marketing, for further information or your graphic requirements for the enclosed photographs by telephone at (401) 596-0162 or by e-mail at bburdick@maxsonautomatic.com.

 

 

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