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Re: [BKARTS] Production Binding/trimmer



I ditto that. I got the floor model 1080. Nancy is right, it is the best
investment that I could have made in my studio.  It is great for production work.

Cheers,
Mercedes
Toronto, ON


Nancy Bloch wrote:

> In a message dated 07/25/2002 12:59:42 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> paper@OREGONTRAIL.NET writes:
>
> > Thanks
> > for any advice.
> >
> >
>
> Hi Roberta....I have been using my 1071 Kutrimmer constantly for several
> years(4?) and I cur bookcloth on it all the time.  It work if you cut with
> the paper side up, cloth down. I cut all my .082 board (Oliner, which is
> denser than Davey) and have never had any trouble. I have never sharpened the
> blade or yet felt that I need to. I cannot cut the .09 board on it. I LOVE
> that cutter...if I could only have one piece of equipment in the
> studio(including laying presses, nipping presses, guillotine etc. it would be
> my trusty Kutrimmer ! You made a good choice. It's very hardy!  I have heard
> that some board has pieces of metal???in it...I would not cut anything like
> that, but I'm not sure that board with pieces of metal in it is true. It
> might be anecdotal....
> Enjoy.
> nancy  bloch
> san diego
>
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