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In the high-performance range, printing systems only reach their full potential with efficient finishing systems. The Hunkeler DocuTrim is a multifunctional system for online sheet processing that satisfies the requirements of the latest generation of printers. It produces online on sheet-fed printing systems and also works offline. In the online mode, the DocuTrim and printer can also be used separately from one another for processing separate jobs. With its individually combinable cutting, perforating and creasing in the dynamic multi-processor (DMP), the system already addresses the market requirements of tomorrow. It enables the cutting of various formats and position-independent slit cuts and chip-outs. Thanks to the system‘s modular structure, the wide range of solutions can be individually extended.Request advice
|Production speed||10.000 Sheets/h A4, B4, SRA4
6.500 Sheets/h with separating cut
6.000 Sheets/h A3, B3, SRA3
|Sheet format Input||min. 185 x 260 mm (LxW)
max. 480 x 520 mm (LxW)
|Sheet format Output||min. 148 x 210 mm (WxL)
max. 460 x 480 mm (WxL)
Stack height up to 200 mm
|Side trimming||5 – 45 mm|
|Gutter cut||5 – 10 mm|
|Perforation tools||Horizontal perf. 0 – 6 Pcs.
Vertical perf. 0 – 6 Pcs.
|Paper weight||70 – 200 gsm|
Dynamic perforation can be carried out with horizontal and vertical lines. With a minimum separation of 40 mm, several lines can be freely positioned on the entire arc. The patterns can be static or can be dynamically triggered by a data matrix code.
Printed sheets can be cut into a number of smaller sheets, collated and placed in groups as an offset stack. With bleed-off applications, the net format is achieved with a cut-out.
Users have the option of integrating a cross-cutter, which enables further cutting patterns.
Digital Print Finishing brochure (en)
New brochure for Hunkeler products. 28 pages information about solutions for Transactional, Transpromo, Direct Mail, Books, Brochures, Newspaper, Security Print, Control Platform and Special applications.
PDF | 9.5 MB | 2019-04-01