Paper cutters are a staple in many businesses that print and produce materials at a high volume. They rely on them to increase efficiencies at scale and help them consistently churn out a high-quality product. When you’re in the market for a new paper cutter, or an upgrade of your existing equipment – where do you turn to for advice? How about, other businesses that have made similar purchases?
Here are a few decision-making factors that our customers have told us “really helped” make their choice an easy one.
Customers who purchased manual tabletop paper cutters
Customers that purchased products in this category, were looking for paper cutting equipment that was compact, quick, precise and easy to operate. For businesses with standard paper cutting needs, a manual tabletop cutter will absolutely do the trick. It’s usually relied on for cutting stacks of paper from ¼ inch to 2 ¼ inches in height. These cutters can sit on a cabinet, desk, stand or table and will provide employees with an agile paper cutting experience using a manual lever and gauge scale for accuracy.
Customers who purchased automatic tabletop paper cutters
Automatic paper cutters introduce a host of enhanced digital features for businesses with more advanced cutting needs. The jump from manual to automatic means that the equipment comes with a patented EASY CUT blade activation bars to ensure true, two-hand operation. These cutters also feature optical cutting lines for extreme precision and perfect alignment of cutting marks, and a digital display to align the back gauge. Automatic machines also allow for more paper to be cut in a single instance, ranging from 1 ½ inch to 3 inch cutting heights.
Customers that have purchased a programmable paper cutter, usually do so because they can store multiple programs and steps for frequently used operations. For businesses that routinely cut materials to a series of the same dimensions, this is an enormous benefit and time saver! These machines also feature a control for repeat cuts, automatic eject functions, an electric blade, and speed controls. It’s the kind of smart technology that businesses looking to automate their processes and streamline their production, really really love.
Triumph 5255 - 6600 (99 programs, 99 steps) As with any purchase for your business, it’s important to select the product that supports the requirements of your operations. From features to specs, businesses have so many options when it comes to paper cutter equipment. Ask yourself, what are your goals for its use? What role will it play in your operations? How much automation is required? And finally, do your projects have the volume and level of frequency that would benefit from programmability?
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