Automation Cuts Downtime
Programmable cutters put the bindery in-line with the rest of your equipment, boosting productivity.
Automation fever—catch it.
Better than the flu and more important to your well being than the office coffee pot, automation in paper cutting is fast becoming the next big thing.
"Say you got some little 3-1⁄2x7˝ job," proposes Roland Stroud, production manager at the Mays Mission For The Handicapped in-plant, in Heber Springs, Ark. "You can program it so you only have to hit the button once. That way one person can be sitting there boxing while the machine is cutting by itself."