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Perfecta guillotine ‘increases efficiency’

By Paperstone on April 14, 2008 in Guillotines with 0 Comments

A Perival-based printing company has improved the speed and efficiency of its guillotine process with a Perfecta 76UC precision model professional guillotine. Hurricane Press invested in the model after its old guillotine broke and a manager saw the Perfecta 76UC at an industry open day, according to the Print Week website. Managing director of the […]

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Guillotines ‘a new year’s gift for firm’

By Paperstone on January 8, 2008 in Guillotines with 0 Comments

Guillotines were on the list of office equipment that needed replacing for the new year at a Blackpool printer. RL Moulton and Sons purchased a new Perfecta 92TVC device in December, just in time to be used for new business in 2008. Graphic Arts Equipment (GAE), which manufactures a range of guillotines, was the maker […]

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Press ‘happy with guillotine’

By Paperstone on November 21, 2007 in Guillotines with 0 Comments

A New Jersey printing press has described how it is pleased with the functionality of its new guillotine. Bob Martin, Neil Warner and Andy White – partners at Trivium Press – recently purchased a variety of postpress office equipment, including a guillotine, from Heidelberg. In total, the firm bought a Prosetter P102 violet platesetter, a […]

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Nisshinbo back in the UK

By Paperstone on July 17, 2007 in Guillotines with 0 Comments

Nisshinbo, the manufacturer of sheet metal-working machines such as guillotines and punching machines has again made its products available for purchase in the UK. Currently known as Yawei-Nisshinbo, the guillotines manufacturer has recently celebrated its 50th anniversary in the office supplies business and has a department on-site dedicated to research, development and quality control issues. […]

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Woman recovers from guillotine accident to hold her babies

By Paperstone on January 15, 2007 in Guillotines with 0 Comments

A woman who had both of her hands severed at the wrist in a horrific guillotine-related accident has recounted the joy of holding her children’s hands. Sharon Jackson became the first person in the UK to have both of their hands surgically reattached after hers were sliced off by a guillotine at the wallPaper factory […]

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