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Martin Yale Single Pass Business Card Slitter - GC10
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Martin Yale Single Pass Business Card Slitter - GC10

Martin Yale Single Pass Business Card Slitter - GC10

Martin Yale Single Pass Business Card Slitter - GC10

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The Martin Yale GC10 is a single-pass business card slitter full of features. The GC10 has a removable sliding catch drawer tray with safety switch, a rotary cross-cut action that makes it run smooth and quiet, adjustable paper guides to allow for easy set-up for any customized needs, and cutting blades that are hardened steel and self sharpening for years of operation without sharpening or replacement. This single pass design makes cutting business cards worry-free. The GC10 can create up to 45 cards per minute and can continuously feed on stacks up to 40 sheets. It's easy to design business cards with virtually any software - templates provided in Quark, InDesign, Illustrator, Word and Publisher.

Product Details

  • Capacity: up to 45 cards per minute
  • Printed sheet: 8 1/2” x 11”
  • Card size: 2 " x 3 1/2"
  • Weight net: 76 lbs
  • Width: 21.5 inches
  • Depth: 21.75 (drawer closed) 36 (drawer open) inches
  • Height: 13.75 inches

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Hi! My name is Paul Wildey, director of product development engineering here at Martin Yale Industries. I’m here today to talk to you about our newest release product, our GC10 Business Card Slitter. You may be familiar with some of our previous models, our GC210, our BCS210 or 410. The difference between our previous models and this model is this is a single-pass business card slitter whereas our previous models are two-pass business card slitters. By adding single-pass business card slitter, you can simply load the paper in one end and finished cards will come out the other end. With our o... Read More

Hi! My name is Paul Wildey, director of product development engineering here at Martin Yale Industries. I’m here today to talk to you about our newest release product, our GC10 Business Card Slitter. You may be familiar with some of our previous models, our GC210, our BCS210 or 410. The difference between our previous models and this model is this is a single-pass business card slitter whereas our previous models are two-pass business card slitters. By adding single-pass business card slitter, you can simply load the paper in one end and finished cards will come out the other end. With our other models, you, of course, have to run it through one pass, come back, put the cards together and run it through a second pass to get your finished business cards.

This unit was designed with the new Martin Yale philosophy of being robust, easy to work on and long service life for our customers. You’ll notice that it’s an all-steel construction. The steel gauge that we’re using, of course, is a very heavy steel gauge. And this machine is also designed for simplicity for end-users. A lot of the contenders out there have a much more complex operating system and you have to do different selections for different types of cuts to be done, stuff like that. This machine is purely for cutting business cards for you. It’s simply load and go. Okay, easy to use operation on this new business card slitter. Simply push your feed tray down. Load your paper in. Let it come up. Hit your ‘Run’ button. Remove your catch tray. Perfect cards every time. You’ll also notice that we used color cards for this particular demonstration, demonstrating the gutter cuttability of this machine. Once you’ve ran your cards, your waste simply drops in the catch tray right here. After you’ve ran, you know, 50 sheets, 500 cards, simply pull the drawer out and empty your scrap. Put it back into place. You’re ready to go for your next time.

If you have further questions about our newest piece of equipment here at Martin Yale, please call our customer service support. They’ll be happy to answer all your questions. Models currently in stock.

Transcript: This is the Martin Yale Single Pass Business Card Slitter—the GC10!

First we’re going to set up our business card sheet. Adjust the side guide so both sides are flush against the sheets. Push the tray down and insert your pages under the roller.

Next, by pushing the jog button your sheet will come out in two strips. This way you can see if your pages are center with the cutter.

Adjust feed table adjustment until they’re centered properly.

Now we can hit run and the machine will take your cards through and cut them into individual cards.

When your stack is completed, you ca...
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This is the Martin Yale Single Pass Business Card Slitter—the GC10!

First we’re going to set up our business card sheet. Adjust the side guide so both sides are flush against the sheets. Push the tray down and insert your pages under the roller.

Next, by pushing the jog button your sheet will come out in two strips. This way you can see if your pages are center with the cutter.

Adjust feed table adjustment until they’re centered properly.

Now we can hit run and the machine will take your cards through and cut them into individual cards.

When your stack is completed, you can lift the catch tray out to easily remove your cleanly cut cards!

The machine also counts the number of cards it’s cuts to which you can easily reset for the next job.

Below is the waste tray. Pull it out and empty the trimmings in the recycle.

In the back is a small wheel. Pull this out and insert it into the top two holes if you need to manually unjam the cutters—you may never have to do this, but they put it there to be safe.
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