Rotary Die Cutter 3852 Rotary Die Cutter 3852
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  • The sealing punching RDC - 3852, e trimming / cutting, creasing, perforating sheet material (cardboard, foil, paper and self-adhesive paper / film) with built-in controls to avoid double take on the media. It has automatic media feed, waste disposal and final product sorting. The equipment of the RDC-3852 is designed for rotary die cutting by using flexible matrix plates fixed on magnetic cylinders.
  • This die-cutting machine has a patented automatic device for separating the cutted media from the waste, saving a lot of time and labor and helping to sort and collect the batch more quickly. There is a special system for fast change of matrices - just a few minutes, and allows full digital control (when performing the job) on die-cutting, cutting, perforating and creasing.
  • The RDC-3852 is the ideal machine for producing large and varied quantities of boxes, labels and customized items such as business cards, stickers, labels, greeting cards, envelopes, vouchers / coupons, playing cards and much more. It guarantees professional quality and fast working speed. The machine is designed to meet the needs of today's digital printing applications, including small, medium and large print media processing orders. The machine can work with synthetic paper, films, laminated materials and more. This is an easy-to-use sturdy punching machine.
  • The RDC-3852 has a simple, easy-to-use touch-sensitive screen that has various settings to fine-tune the location of the matrix to the image, as well as waste separation, job change and / or job storage settings. The precision of punching can be controlled by the leading edge of the media or a printed registration letter of the sheet, lateral alignment also ensures that punching accuracy will repeat each time. Intuitive settings let you produce up to 4,000 sheets / hour, allowing you to quickly meet all the finishing requirements.
  • Functions Die-cut, slit, cross cut, crease, perforate, score, slit-score
  • Productivity / hour1 around 4500
  • Max. material size 368 x 508 mm
  • Min. material size 210 x 210 mm
  • Max. matrix size of 381 x 508 mm
  • Min. size of the matrix 160 x 100 mm
  • Max. punching area 361 x 478 mm
  • Min. punching area 144 x 70 mm
  • Media density 150 to 400 g/m2 or 0.1-0.45 mm
  • Min. cross-cutting length 50 x 55 mm
  • Simultaneously loading the tray up to 400 mm high
  • Recommended end distance of 10 - 15 mm (or at least 6 mm)
  • Separating and removing vacuum straps / automatically
  • Manage via digital screen storage programs
  • Type of matrix for working flexible, thin steel for magnetic cylinder
  • Power supply 230 V AC, 50-60 Hz
  • Machine dimensions (LxWxH) 282 x 80 x 107 cm
  • Weight net 350 kg.
  • Additional options media separator(product - waste)
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