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Large format options will be the rage for Colter & Peterson at this year’s SGIA Expo

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Paterson, NJ – North America’s largest independent distributor and foremost authority on paper cutters and paper handling equipment will focus efforts on its large format capabilities at the SGIA Expo, being held this year from November 4-6 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Colter & Peterson (booth 4364) www.papercutters.com will promote its world class 137” Saber® X15 paper cutter and industry leading Microcut® automated back gauge control system for any brand of cutter ranging between 20-150 inches.

As recent SGIA Expo visitors have learned, C&P has products that excel in the wide format market. The Saber X15 was designed to perform on solid substrates and works well with styrene and corrugated plastic sheets. A reliable workhorse and manufactured to ISO-9001 standards, it boasts the newest technology and safety features and saves an enormous amount of time with its ease of operation. 

Five versions of Microcut retrofit kits will be on display in Atlanta. The extremely popular system is completely automated and the user-friendly program saves operators a significant amount of time during set-up and operation. Microcut memorizes cutting sequences instantly so the backgauge will automatically position itself to deliver an extremely accurate cut within 1/64th of an inch.

Microcut COLOR WS, Microcut Plus, Microcut JR, Microtrack II and B-65 each have their own unique benefits. Ask a Colter & Peterson representative which one is right for your operation or learn more by visiting www.papercutters.com.

 

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