- Card production rate of an impressive 360 cards/min
- Converts 8.5” x 11” sheets with full bleed designs to 2” x 3.5” cards
- Convenient two pass operation
- 60 Liter waste box for long-running operations without the need for a cleanup
- Self-sharpening blades
- Adjustable paper guides and plates for customized paper adjustments and accurate cutting
- Feed up to 50 sheets at one time
- Paper grammage range of 177gsm-270gsm
Martin Yale GC210 Desktop Business Card Slitter is the latest addition to the Card Slitter market and certainly tops it with its admirable features. It is capable of cutting standard sized full bleed 2” x 3.5” cards with remarkable accuracy and speed. It also is able to do this at a high production capacity of 360 cards per minute.
GC210 Desktop Business Card Slitter is very easy to operate as well. It cuts cards in a convenient two-pass operation which means that the user only needs to feed sheets twice to get perfectly cut cards. Paper guides and plates eradicate any play when the paper is fed and ensure precision along card borders.
For extensive users, GC210 comes equipped with a large 60 Liter waste box that easily accommodates the paper wastage accompanying heavy-duty work. To further durability, it has self-sharpening blades that guarantee quality cutting for years without replacements.
With such user-friendly qualities, GC210 undoubtedly is the best complement to any business office or printing shop.
Q. What are the contents of Martin Yale GC210 Tabletop Card Slitter pack?
A. Customers should look for the following components in this pack:
- Card Slitter Unit
- Cabinet Top
- Operating Instructions
- Waste Receptacle
- Poly bag (waste)
Q. What stock specifications are compatible with this slitter?
A. This card slitter can handle 65# to 100# cover stock, up to 11 point, 270 GSM stock.
Q. What should be the thickness of first card stack?
A. The thickness of first stack should not be more than 5/16”.
Q. How can I slit glossy material with this machine?
A. With glossy material, feed wheels of the slitter may face difficulty with its grip. Such material can be processed with the glossy side facing up if the other side is non-glossy.