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Re: [BKARTS] kuttrimmer



I use mine a lot. I think It is fine for small runs, editions but not so good for long production runs.
That is because of the work necessary for cutting large pieces or squaring up boards. A good board shear makes the work easier not necessarily better.
My humble opinion,


Charles Jones


On Oct 9, 2007, at 11:59 AM, Karen Sosa wrote:


I have heard conflicting reports about Kuttrimmers and their ability to cut
binder's board, particularly if it is to be heavily used. I'm looking for
more opinions, especially from people who use it heavily, ie. for edition
bindings.
And if there is positive feed-back, could you recommend a particular model?
Thanks so much,
karen sosa


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