06 September 2012
| by Pamel Mardle
A manual die-cutter that is capable of cutting every type of solid substrate
29 February 2012
| by Tim Sheahan
Israeli cutter and creaser could potentially help finishers reduce costs
01 September 2011
| by Jenny Roper
Edale says this die-cutter combines the best of web-fed and flatbed
24 November 2010
| by Adam Hooker
This range of die-cutters was designed to offer a better user experience as well as being able to handle a bigger sheet size, discovers Adam Hooker
18 November 2009
| by Barney Cox
With a wide range of cutting tools and a modular design, this cutting table is designed to meet the needs of almost any printer, finds Barney Cox
20 June 2008
Znd's 'next-generation' cutter line was unveiled at Drupa, strengthening the firm's position within the wide-format digital cutting and finishing sector.
06 November 2007
CF3 is Mimakis new series of flatbed cutters. It consists of the 1610 and 1631 models and offers extended finishing options for UV-curable inkjet prints.
09 October 2007
German company Kama has launched its portfolio of die-cutters in the UK market, which include its multifunctional ProCut 74 automatic machine.
21 April 2007
| by Karen Charlesworth
Punching can be either a sticky process or a slippery one - and very occasionally it can be both. The job of separating a stack of printed sheets, punching them and reassembling them accurately, ready to be wire-bound, is made harder by static, which causes the sheets to stick together, or by slippery stocks, which separate too easily and slide around.