Manual creasing machine

Looking to cleanly fold heavy cardstocks or coated papers. Chances are you will need a scoring machine. Scoring machines or creasers are designed to crease your document to make it possible for easy folding and processing. There are two primary types of equipment available on the market. Units with rotary scoring wheels and compression creasers that use a long bar to press a crease into the paper. Compression scoring devices tend to provide a higher quality finished product but are slower and often more expensive than rotary alternatives. That being said, compression is the only way to go if you are dealing with full bleed digital output since a wheel can cause cracking along the score line. Take a look at the machines below and find a unit to help you quickly and accurately create book jackets, greeting cards, tent cards and much, much more. Whether you need to make brochures, booklets, or anything else that needs perfect folds, using a creasing, perforating, and/or scoring machine is a great way to give your documents a polished, professional finish. Creasing is quickly becoming the preferred method for creating clean folds without cracking or doing damage to the toner on digitally printed media. There are multiple options when it comes to these machines including air fed and friction fed creasers. Each option is useful depending the type of creasing jobs you plan on doing, whether it is short to medium volume jobs or large volume jobs. There are also different types of creases each machine can perform for different types of products you are making. These types of creases include a tri-fold, z-fold, half, letter, and the list goes on. Most creasers vary in the amount of creases per page that can be performed. This gives you even more options to choose from when finding the perfect creasing machine for you and/or your print shop. Most creasers can also perforate and score documents as well, which means that they are combining three separate products into one. While scoring is very similar to creasing it is very valuable when making professional booklets and brochures.
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Specifications Manual creasing machine
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body Material Metal Aluminum Steel plastic
Paper size format A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 letter
Fold type hinged brochure simple (Creasing)
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Maximum Creasing width (mm)
Maximum Creasing length (mm)
Maximum Creasing depth (mm)
Max orientation lines
Media Weight (gsm)
creasing distance (mm)
creasing angle
Type of Paper Stop round slot square slot
Maximum Perforating depth (mm)
Maximum Perforating width (mm)
Perforating distance (mm)
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Dimensions (mm)
Features Ruler for Precise Creases Easy Control Creasing Magnetic Paper Clamp for Clamping Curly Paper Neatly Adjustable Backstop with Lock for Holding Paper Well Rubber Feet for Desktop Use Millimeter scale runs along the sides Easy adjustment of front, rear angular paper guides Simple manual adjustment Easy to use Positioning mode Slide backstops Adjustable Creasing Power with Creasing set and perforating set blade holder Different Creasing Patterns Perforating Die Creasing Die Paper holder protective cover device Ability perforating User Manual
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Fold model Single (Half) fold Double fold Cross Fold (French, Right) fold Letter (C) fold Parallel Fold Double Parallel (legal) Accordion (Z,W) fold Half Accordion (Fold-out, Engineering) fold irregular accordion fold Gate table fold roller fold hinged symmetrical fold Baronial fold kwan-yin fold inner triple fold outer triple fold brochure
Fold direction Vertical (longitudinal) Horizontal (Landscape)
Minimum Creasing depth (mm)
Minimum Creasing width (mm)
Minimum Creasing length (mm)
Minimum Perforating depth (mm)
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Maximum Perforating length (mm)
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Paper Type High quality paper Recycled paper Coated paper uncoated paper rough paper Woody Paper Glossy Paper Carbonless Paper Duplicating Paper drawing Paper
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Capacity (Number of sheets)
Number of Folding Tray (Folding Plate Quantity)