POLAR Three Side Cutter

Prototype celebrates official debut in Lucerne at the drupa, which celebrates three side cutter BC-330 now on the Hunkeler Innovationdays (11-15.02.2013) in Lucerne POLAR official debut in the live production of a booklet be set 2012 as a prototype is the POLAR show together with Heidelberg, Kama, ATS and Hunkeler, his power potential three side cutter BC-330,. Perfect bound or stapled collective products can automatically be cut POLAR three diagonal-cutting pliers with the robust and networkable. In contrast to the three knife machine, the three cutters works with only a knife and no format-dependent compression plunger. Formats from DIN lets A6 to A4 are processed directly in succession to DIN without conversion. The product is moved from a hook in the cutting position. So can the hour automatically cut up to 220 single or even up to 520 vertically stacked products. The three cutters operated via an ergonomically arranged 18.5 “touchscreen display. The operator is using a data entry form necessary data and the cutting program is then automatically created.

Using the side cutter for three POLAR expands its range of products for the processing of small print runs in the field of digital and commercial printing. About POLAR as an independent family-owned company developed POLAR efficient solutions in the field of print finishing and is positioned as a future-oriented technology companies around the world. The product range includes components and systems that to discharging and banding network all processes from loading on jogging, cutting and punching and automate. Under the brand name MOHR cutting machines produced since 2012, which are specially suitable for the print-on-demand markets with formats up to 46 x 64 cm. Also to the POLAR Mohr group is one of the service Verpackungstechnik GmbH, a manufacturer of components and systems for the automatic packing of goods, primarily in the food industry. Doris Lehmann PR & communication POLAR-Mohr machine sales company GmbH & co. KG Hattersheimer str.