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Neolt - T200S - 78 Inch Neotl Trim includes Stand and Waste Catcher

Neolt - T200S - 78 Inch Neotl Trim  includes Stand and Waste Catcher
PRODUCT ID#
ID : 13387
AVAILABILITY
NEW FACTORY DIRECT
MSRP
$1289.00
INSTANT SAVING
-$90.00
YOU PAY ONLY
$1199.00
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Neolt Trim 78 Inch Rotary Trimmer includes Stand and Waste Catcher T200S



The Neolt T200S manual rolling blade trimmer cuts paper up to 78" long and stacks of paper up to 4 sheets thick. The transparent clamp strip holds material firmly and automatically lifts when the cutting head has made a complete pass. Its uniquely designed end frames permit cutting materials longer than the trimmer . Comes with a stand and waste catching basket.
Trim (Manual) Manual, light duty paper cutter specifically designed for the single sheet environment. Cutter head is mounted on a round chrome guide rail. Price includes stand and catch tray. Roll holder is optional.

Other Neolt Light Duty Manual Rotary Trimers are also Available on this Site such as:
  • Neolt T100S with a Paper Thickness of .03 inches and a Cutting Width of 30 inches.
  • Neolt T130S with a Paper Thickness of .03 inches and a Cutting Width of 51 inches.
  • Neolt T150S with a Paper Thickness of .02 inches and a Cutting Width of 59 inches.
  • Neolt T250S with a Paper Thickness of .02 inches and a Cutting Width of 98 inches.

    Shipping and Handling are Additional.

    • Product Length: 83.00 in.
    • Product Width: 18.00 in.
    • Product Height: 34.25 in.
    • Product Weight: 92.00 lbs.
    • Max. Cut Thickness: .02 in.
    • Max. Paper Cutting Length: 78 in.
    Digital ES / Neolt USA Trimmer Warranty: Thirty (30) day "return to depot warranty" on all parts, labor and freight on factory defects provided the customer has retained and returned the defective unit in the original packaging. Ninety (90) day "replacement parts only" on boards, motors, belts and lasers. One (1) year on material defects and craftsmanship