Halton Commercial Buys Triumph Cutter

PrintAction Staff
June 08, 2015
By PrintAction Staff
Brett Kisiloski of PDS (left) with Ron Matheson of Halton Commercial Printers and the Triumph 5260.
Brett Kisiloski of PDS (left) with Ron Matheson of Halton Commercial Printers and the Triumph 5260.
Halton Commercial Printers Ltd. of Georgetown, Ontario, has purchased an automatic Triumph 5260, which has a cutting width of up to 20 3/8 inches and a cutting height of up to three inches.

The programmable Triumph 5260 cutter, purchased through PDS, features an automatic clamp, power back gauge, digital touchpad, and IR safety light beams on front table, as well as patented EASY CUT electronic blade activation bars for two-handed operation. The blade and cutting stick can be changed without removing covers.

The system also features a 37-inch working height and stores 99 programs with up to 99 steps in each (up to 15 repeat cuts can be integrated as a single step). It is pre-programmed for standard paper sizes and includes a memory key for repeat cuts.

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