Paper cutters now can be upgraded by integrating “microcut+ systems”. This automates the back gauge movement on any given paper cutter, no matter the brand or size. Why should you use one of these? The benefits of aftermarket computer controls for paper cutters reside in their productivity and accuracy.
They usually have a full-color, multilingual LCD display guide for the operator, with all operations presented in a format that’s easy to understand. These are not hard to set up either, because there are no confusing codes that need to be memorized and made reference to later on at other steps. The current back gauge position is marked out on the display in inches, centimeters or millimeters.
With a “microcut+” you can adjust the back gauge to the desired position more quickly and more accurately than highly skilled manual operators. By being sure of product accuracy, productivity usually goes up as well, sometimes near 40 percent or more. The system has a “DC Servo” drive that assures operational repeatability in the back gauge position. This system keeps track of cutting sequences instantly. This stores them indefinitely, and recalls them at the touch of a button. What could be easier? The system frees the operator from the wasted time and risk of error associated with repetitive data entry. The effectiveness of this machine is visible in the fact that it can perform three jobs at once, which translates into lower payroll or new positions.
The entry and review of programs is quick and easy, pure and simple. Even advanced programming options can include label and sheet divide, allowing complicated jobs to be programmed with just a small amount of data entries, and now with screen graphics that make the whole process a lot easier. You can also enter fractions, lay changes, additions, or deletions through the keyboard. Because it is non-volatile memory, you can insure that your data will never get lost.
Below is a list of other advantages that you can benefit from by using this system:
With the system, you also will enjoy a floppy disk drive for data exchange, which includes software updates. It also serves as an inexpensive way to store data from various jobs. Most serious paper cutters already have some form of automatic back gauge control, but may have become difficult and expensive to maintain. This is the final advantage that this system provides. In this way, it has the possibility of becoming a standard in the trade. These machines are generally mechanically sound and with the addition of microcut+, can be returned with ease to a higher level of productivity and reliability for a smaller price than that of a new machine.
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