Vital to the performance of every rotary trimmer is the accuracy of its ‘shear point’, the exact contact point between the rotary and flat (counter) blades at which the cut occurs. It is only by ensuring that the ‘shear point’ is as perfect and consistent as possible that a truly precise cut can be achieved.
The rotary blade is ground twice and deflashed to remove any burring. This results in a truly self-sharpening blade, which is long- lasting and maintains unrivalled levels of precision over its lifetime. The self-sharpening rotary blades will wear over time, though you should expect 10 – 15 life-years under normal use, while the counter blade is designed to last the lifetime of the machine.
A proven range designed and evolved from the demanding photographic industry over the past 40 years, which is available in ISO+ sizes to give greater flexibility. The blades for these machines have been fashioned from hardened Sheffield Tungsten Steel, which can be manufactured to extremely tight tolerances while offering excellent longevity.
Suitable for cutting:
• Tissue paper
• Digital prints
• Self-adhesive film