SKU: GC40-RTR-DT1250

RotaTrim Digitech+ Dt1250 Trimmer 1250mm (49")

RotaTrim Digitech+ Dt1250 Trimmer 1250mm (49")

This is a very popular size in the DigiTech+ ‘DT’ Series range and will comfortably cut materials up to 1250mm (49″) in length, large enough to accommodate A0 landscape. It is a medium-large format precision trimmer which will cut most flexible materials up to 2.0mm in thickness.

Features:

Robust trimmer specifically designed for the large format printing industry

Reduced spring pressure for a lighter cutting action

Cuts almost any flexible material up to 2mm thick without adjustment

Self-lifting clamp mechanism enables a single user to easily position and cut large materials

Large single square stainless steel guide rail completely eliminates head swivel

Aluminium baseboard, end frames, head and side rule

RotaTrim trimmers are hand built in England by highly skilled technicians so you can be assured of the absolute highest quality of craftsmanship, accuracy and reliability.

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RotaTrim Digitech+ Dt1250 Trimmer 1250mm (49")

This is a very popular size in the DigiTech+ ‘DT’ Series range and will comfortably cut materials up to 1250mm (49″) in length, large enough to accommodate A0 landscape. It is a medium-large format precision trimmer which will cut most flexible materials up to 2.0mm in thickness.

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