B&R Moll expands Flexcut die cutter range

B&R Moll, which mostly makes specialized bindery finishing equipment, has expanded its Flexcut range of rotary die cutters with three new models complete with in-line stripping.

Moll has introduced several new additions to its Flexcut range of inline rotary die cutters.

The Flexcut series are designed for use with both commercial and digital printing with the existing 508 taking sheets up to 508mm x 508mm and can handle paper weights ranging from 176 to 400 gsm.

The latest versions of the Flexcut system come with either two magnetic cylinders for cutting and creasing, or an anvil cutter for just cutting. All the die cutters feature micro gap adjustment, and zero deflection tolerance bearing houses. It uses servo motors to ensure accurate cutting and are capable of running in line with any Moll Versafold System. The new die cutters are also capable of die cutting and stripping business cards with rounded corners up to 30 pt. CR-80 card stock.

There are two new sizes with the Flexcut 2020 Jr able to handle sheets ranging from 508mm x 508mm and running at 5000 sph, while the Flexcut 760 takes 760mm x 760mm sheets at a speed of 7000 sph. There’s also a 760 Pus version that allows for a steel jacket to be wrapped on the bottom cylinder for quicker change over and reduced die cost without giving up the option of creasing. 

Kevin Moll, vice president of sales for B&R Moll, commented: “B&R Moll has such an extensive product portfolio that is constantly evolving to meet the needs of the post-press industry, as evident by these latest additions to our Moll Flexcut System, delivering faster throughputs and compatible with various stock ranges.”

The lead time for the new Moll Flexcut models is currently 6–10 weeks. You can find more details on them at www.mollbrothers.com, including the UK and European contacts.




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