Martin Yale Stakcut 24" Paper CutterPaper Trimmers
19" x 24" x 0.8" - 30 Sheet Capacity - 24" Cutting Length - Wood Base - Steel Blade - Green - View Complete Details
Product Number: PRE724
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This product was manufactured in the United States.
Martin Yale Stakcut 24" Paper Cutter - Heavy-duty paper trimmer is specially made to accurately cut paper, matte board, cardboard, film, tissue and textiles. Through-hardened steel blades precision-angle cut up to 30 sheets at once. Heavy, 3/4 wood base offers a permanent, 1/2" alignment grid and dual Imperial/metric rulers for precise cuts. For safety precautions, the patented, automatic blade latch locks with every cutting motion. Safety features also include finger guard to protect the entire length of the blade. Torsion spring prevents blade from accidentally falling during operation. Hand-operated clamp holds items securely for accurate cutting. Design also offers an ergonomic, soft-grip hand grip for comfort and nonskid rubber feet."
- Paper clamp securely holds tall stacks for clean cuts.
- Through-hardened steel blade for precise cuts.
- Permanent 1/2" grid and dual standard and metric rulers.
- Finger guard and patented automatic locking blade latch.
- Torsion spring prevents blade from falling.
- Ergonomic soft-grip handle.
- Heavy 3/4" thick wood base with non-skid rubber feet.
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- Clean Edges
- Cuts Straight
- Good Cutting Capacity
- High Volume
- Low Volume
Comments about Premier Martin Yale Stakcut 24"" Paper Cutter:
I researched numerous paper cutters, but none compared to this for the price. And I love the fact that it is from the good ole USA!
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Q:Hello is the finger guard removable? This is for a lab with trained users who are used to using a guillotine with no finger guard and I expect they will want to remove it. Thank you!aAsked on 5/20/2014 by Lydia from Kent State University