- Automatic rubber rollers feed card stock through cutters (Maximum 50 sheets 65# stock).
- The bottom cutter is the second pass through for business cards.
- The top cutter is a perforator.
- The cutter second from the bottom is the first pass through for business cards.
- Perforates 20 holes per inch. Semi-automatic.
- The card trimmer will not mark your card stock as with a shear type cutter. Compact size to fit on a desk.
- Simple guide adjustments (blades are fixed) and set-up for quick & easy cutting.
- Sheet size: 8-1/2" x 11" may be cut to 1/2, 1/3 or 1/4 sheets or other special
- sizes from 1-13/16" minimum to 7-3/8" maximum. For business cards, invitations, raffle tickets, etc.
- The second cutter from the top has one cutting blade for custom cuts.
Take an 8 ½-inch by 11-inch sheet of paper and quickly cut it into business cards with the Martin Yale BCS410 and BCS412 business card cutters. The BCS410 cuts ten-up formatted sheets into 10 business cards, and the BCS412 cuts twelve-up formatted sheets into 12 business cards. This business card cutter also includes a scoring and perforating station. Catch trays take cut cards and trim waste. Paper should be no thicker than 65-pound cardstock. Be sure that your stock is centered and square to the page, with equal registration on all sides. The BCS410 and BCS412 cutters do not accommodate a bleed (unless on outside edge). We have a low-price guarantee on all our business card cutters. Order your Martin Yale BCS410/412 today!
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BCS410 & BCS412 Business Card Cutters by Martin Yale Specifications:
|Feed Table Capacity
||50 sheets 65# stock
||2" x 3-1/2" (10up or 12up)
||One year limited warranty, including blades. - Does not include consumable parts, labor, or shipping.
||8-1/2" x 11"
||15"H x 6"W x 15 1/8"L
||500 cards in 3 min.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact a customer service representative today.