Multi Siltter Cutter Creaser

Code: GM-GWH-PT335SCC

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The new PT 335SCC Multi is a complete full-bleed finishing system to fit the digital marketplace. Equipped with interchangeable creasing/ perfing dies the PT 335SCC Multi can quickly switch over from perfing to creasing while preventing digital toner cracking. Strike perf capabilities means that the PT 335SCC Multi can now do partial perfs in both directions for “T” or “box” perfs.

• 4" deep pile feeder
• Multi Accessory Output
• 9" color touchscreen
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Description

Description

The new PT335 SCC Multi is a complete full-bleed finishing system to fit the digital marketplace. Equipped with interchangeable creasing/ perfing dies, the PT 335SCC Multi can quickly switch over from perfing to creasing while preventing digital toner cracking. Strike perf capabilities means that the PT 335SCC Multi can now do partial perfs in both directions for "T" or "box" perfs. The PT335 SCC Multi ideal in making business cards, greeting cards, invitations, brochures, pamphlets, catalogs, posters, book/CD covers, photographs, tent cards, and more.

Key Features

  • 4" deep pile feeder
  • Multi Accessory Output
  • 9" color touchscreen
  • Interchangeable crease/perf dies
  • Built in job creator
  • 64 job program memory
  • Strike perf capabilities for "box" or "T" perfs
  • Automated crease depth adjustment

Specifications

Specifications

Size: Min is 8.26" x 8.26" and Max is 13" x 26.5" (40" handfed)
Stock Weights: 150- 350gsm/ 16pt.
Slitter: Up to 6 slits
Creaser: Up to 32 creases or perfs per sheet
X and Y axis: Image shift, shrink, stretch compensation
Production Speed: 25 sheets per minute (8.5" x 11" 2 cuts, 1 crease)
Margin Slit: Side trim 0.125” – 1.5”
Gutter Slit: Width 0.2” – 0.59” *larger gutters will output on exit tray
Electrical: 110-130V, 50/60Hz, 15A
Interchangeable Perf Dies: 12 Tpi, 24 Tpi or 8 depth
Interchangeable Crease Dies: 0.6mm, 1mm, 1.2mm or 1.4mm

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