How to choose Cut-size sheeter
- Categories:Industry News
- Time of issue:2021-06-18
Cut-size sheeter, as the main product of post-press processing, keeps up with the pace of the market. Various types of products such as hydraulic pressure, program control, digital display, etc. have been developed on the traditional Cut-size sheeter. Therefore, there are many Cut-size sheeter products on the market. Not only are there many products, but there are also countless brands.
We know that Cut-size sheeter is not a small item. In the purchase process, it is generally necessary to infer product quality and after-sales service based on the brand. Some good brands are very particular about cut-size sheeter materials and workmanship. Generally speaking, a cut-size sheeter with a cutting width of 78cm is more suitable for digital printing. If possible, a computer-controlled Cut-size sheeter can better match digital printing because it can store a certain amount of data. When cutting the job that has been processed, you only need to call up the original program from the computer, which can fully save the time of adjusting the machine. In the use of Cut-size sheeter, in order to keep the blade sharp and extend the life of the cut-size sheeter, the thickness of the paper cut at a time should not exceed 40mm, and the pressure of the cut-size sheeter on the paper should also be appropriate, generally soft The paper requires more pressure, and the harder material requires less pressure.
It is very important to keep the blade sharp when using Cut-size sheeter. Pay attention to the correct maintenance and use of the blade. Once the blade is blunt, the blade should be re-sharpened, otherwise it will affect the cutting accuracy. In addition, pay attention to keeping the ambient temperature at 19～23℃ and the relative humidity at 50%. Under such conditions, the characteristics of the paper are relatively stable, which is conducive to the correct use and maintenance of the Cut-size sheeter, because the determination of many cutting parameters depends on the paper being processed.