Professional finishing in classic digital print formats: To do this, we have developed the ProCut 58 – the world's first flat-bed die cutter for the sheet size B3. The versatile professional cutter (580 x 400 mm) is extremely flexible and can be used for a wide range of applications. Cutting, creasing, scoring, perforating and kiss-cutting labels, cold embossing and Braille embossing, as well as hot-cutting of plastic materials. All applications with the highest accuracy and extremely fast set-up/changeover times.
For commercial print jobs like greeting cards, tickets, product labels, plastic cards, adhesive labels etc. and for smaller packaging. For offset and digital printing. With a footprint of less than 5 m2, the compact ProCut 58 is a miracle in terms of space requirements.
- Cold embossing
- Hot-cutting of plastics
ProCut 58 is a flexible professional solution for post-press finishing and cold embossing of paper, paperboard and plastics in the sheet size B3. A system for hot foil finishing can be retrofitted.
Conversion in just 5 minutes? Easy to achieve with the ProCut 58! These short set-up times make post-press enhancements for small and personalised job orders profitable.
KAMA ProCut die cutting and stamping machines offer register accuracy that is unrivalled in the marketplace. With the KAMA AutoRegister, digital print sheets can now also be cut, creased and embossed with an accuracy of a tenth of a millimetre.
Thanks to the universal chase of the ProCut 58, you can continue to use your existing tools for the sheet size B3 as well as small cutting dies without any problems at all.
KAMA ProCut 58 offers the full scope of applications with a footprint of less than 5 m2, which means that it takes up very little space.
|Paper||from 80 g/m²|
|Paperboard||max. 800 g/m²|
|Plastics||80 - 800 g/m² (bis 1 mm)|
|Maximum sheet size||580 x 400 mm|
|Minimum sheet size||210 x 148 mm|
|Cutting force||120 t (1,2 MN)|
|Maximum cutting size||560 x 380 mm|
|Gripper margin||10 mm|
|Dimensions (length x width)||2,6 x 1,75 m|