An angular cut is recommended when the unprinted paper is not a
true 90° right angle, but the finishing requires two sides
which are at a precise right angle to each other. The angular cut
is usually performed before the material is printed.
For this purpose, the paper should be cut on the long side
first. Then turned 90°, until the cutting surface of the first
cut is aligned against a side gauge. The backgauge is only used as
a lay guide in order to obtain the cut size. Consequently, the
material is always placed against the side gauge. The right angled
sides are marked for the printer, to indicate the lay positions.
Example: how to program an angular cut from 70 x 100 cm with
jogging mark and programmable ejector (lay guide on the right-hand
In order to insert the paper more easily, start with the jogging
mark (35.000). After that, trim the longer side of the paper pile.
Turn the material and align the cutting surface against the
side gauge. Then trim the second (short) side. The measurements
depend on the respective application and the condition of the
material being cut. Finally, a programmable ejector ensures a
convenient delivery of the material.
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- Programming devices for regular work
- Process visualization for convenient operation
- Auxiliary functions which help to reduce production
- Machine functions that provide for ergonomic working
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