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Perfecta USA at Print 09

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Perfecta USA will debut a 92 (36 inch) paper cutter with Automatic Trim Removal this year at Print.  The 92 AWR is tailored for the smaller shops that have a large amount of printed jobs with gutters, but do not have the floor space available that the larger machines require.  The 92 AWR joins the already impressive list of Automatic Trim Removal Cutters from 45 to 88 inches available only from Perfecta.

As Mr. Brett Stow, Managing Director Perfecta USA, states," With this machine, Perfecta becomes the only paper cutter manufacture to take the small format, high production shop seriously.  They do not have to add another cutter and another operator to increase cutting output. Our 92 HTVC-AWR is JDF ready, and is 35% more productive than standard cutters in AWR mode on jobs with gutters.  Digital shops will find huge production gains coupled with the smaller footprint they require.  With JDF cutter make readies take mere seconds, and now trim is automatically dropped rather than dug out of the stick by the operator."

Peter Voigt, Chief Machine Designer at Perfecta adds, "This machine is all about speed.  Perfecta's servo drive backgauge has no equal in the industry.  The auto-waste front end is servo driven as well, giving us a 60% edge in speed.  For small format jobs the end result can be a time savings of 40% over a standard 92 cm format machine. Given our CIP ready programming, Perfecta offers extraordinary time advantages over all other small format machines in the current market."

For additional information please contact: Larry Hollingsworth at Perfecta USA or see the machine in action at Print 09 in Booth 2559.




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