PFI BLADE B2+ Digital cutting table

To succeed in business isn’t about fitting in, its about being different and providing your clients with something that your competitors don’t. Our new PFi Blade B2+ is the missing piece of the puzzle to help you do exactly that! Streamline and expand into a new marketplace with the automation and precision for intricate short-run, high-value work, that you can produce for new and existing clients

By diversify your business offering and giving greater flexibility, you can grow your client base and approach different market sectors with products such as shaped greetings cards, kiss-cut, hanging tags, paper bags and luxury packaging. Digital die cutting allows you to experience a new level of flexibly; cut, kiss cuts, crease and perforate a range of substrates including paper, laminates, boards, adhesives and synthetic stocks dynamically, on demand.

Features and Benefits

No physical dies required.

Affordable and versatile solution for short-run production, Sample making, Prototyping designs (irregular shapes)

Automated material feeding system

Easy job preparation & set-up; PFI Blade Connect Software.

CCD camera automatic registration system

Compact cutting heads

Specifications

Max sheet size: 800 x 600 mm 
Min sheet size: 210 x 279 mm

Feeder capacity 100mm

12-45 Seconds per sheet (dependant on complexity)

Cutting thickness up to 6mm

Max cutting speed up to 1200mm per second

Testimonial
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Chris Brady, Managing Director, Print4UK
The PFi Blade B2+ is a completely new direction for Print4UK. We usually outsource our die-cutting work and even had to turn away business because we didn’t have an internal solution, and once turned away the customers wouldn’t necessarily come back and give us the work that we could have done. In the first two weeks of having the machine we saved £2000 in outsourced work, so the Blade B2+ will pay for itself in next to no time. Of course, some jobs won’t be appropriate for the Blade B2+ however I’m estimating almost 75%-85% of our outsourced work will now be done on it.
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Chris Brady - Managing Director at Print4UK - May 2021
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