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Triumph 4300 16.875" Tabletop Manual Paper Cutter
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Triumph 4300 16.875" Tabletop Manual Paper Cutter

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Triumph 4300 16.875" Tabletop Manual Paper Cutter

Part #: MB-4300
Brand: MBM
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ProductDescription

If you are looking for an extremely safe, manual desktop office guillotine, look no further than the Triumph 4300. The MBM 4300 manual paper cutter features the safety cutting system package. This package consists of; a hinged, transparent safety guard on the front table with a locking device for the blade lever, (A cut can only be executed if the safety guard is completely closed.) transparent safety cover on the rear table, also you can safely change the blade from the front without removing the machines covers, the blade is changed while the cutting edge is covered. The safety blade lever has patented overload protection while cutting. The 4300 also provides optimal clamp pressure with the use of the fast slick action clamp. The Triumph 4300 is made from solid all metal construction and has a re-sharpenable blade made of German high-quality steel.

Product Details

  • SCS (Safety Cutting System) features
  • Hinged, transparent safety guard on front table with locking device for the blade lever (a cut can only be executed if the safety guard is completely closed
  • Transparent safety cover on rear table
  • Blade change from front without removing machine covers
  • Blade changing device covers cutting edge of blade
  • Blade depth adjustment from outside of machine
  • Blade depth adjustment from outside of machine
  • Safety blade lever with patented overload protection
  • Patented, lever-activated, fast-action clamp provides optimal clamp pressure.
  • Side guide with measuring scale (mm/inches). Lockable back gauge
  • All-metal construction.
  • High-quality
  • German steel blade
  • Dimensions (D x W x H): 22 1⁄2 x 28 x 18 1⁄2 inches.
  • Shipping weight: 80 lbs

ItemSpecifications

  • Cutting Length: 16-7/8"
  • Cutting Height : 3/4"
  • Minimum Cut : 1-3/8"
  • Table Depth: 13 3/8"
  • Dimensions:22-1/2" x 28" x 18-1/2" (43" H w/stand)
  • Shipping Weight: 80 lbs. (106 w/stand)
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

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DemonstrationVideo

Triumph 4300 Video Overview

Transcript: This is the Triumph 4300 Manual Paper Stack Cutter!
You can cut a stack of pages up to 3/4 of an inch thick, which is about 200 pages.
To adjust your stack to the size you want to cut it, turn the red knob and then move it forward or backward, using the measurements.
It measures back to about 13.5 inches, or 34.5 centimeters.
With your pages ready, next clamp them in place. give the lever a small tap to help keep it in place.
You’ll see that with the clear guard still open, the cutter lever—and blade—won’t come down. Close the guard and make the cut. Now, because i...
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This is the Triumph 4300 Manual Paper Stack Cutter!

You can cut a stack of pages up to 3/4 of an inch thick, which is about 200 pages.

To adjust your stack to the size you want to cut it, turn the red knob and then move it forward or backward, using the measurements.

It measures back to about 13.5 inches, or 34.5 centimeters.

With your pages ready, next clamp them in place. give the lever a small tap to help keep it in place.

You’ll see that with the clear guard still open, the cutter lever—and blade—won’t come down. Close the guard and make the cut. Now, because it is slow, it may look like it is difficult, but this is one of the easiest manual stack cutters I’ve used.

Here is a look at the clamp coming down, and then if you look close here is the blade making a cut.

For consistent cuts, there is a cutting mat should be changed from time to time, which can be rotated around for 4 clean positions, then flipped and rotated again for a total of 8 positions.

If your cutter is not cutting through the entire stack, you can make micro adjustments on the blade adjust the height—this is especially helpful after you sharpen your blade.

You’ll have to find a local business to sharpen the blade for you, and it is a common practice to have a spare blade for when the other one is being sharpened.

How to Remove/Change the Blade - Triumph 4300

Transcript: This is how to Remove and Change the Blade on the Triumph 4300 Stack Cutter!
You’ll have to find a local business to sharpen the blade for you, and it is a common practice to have a spare blade for when the other one is being sharpened.
So, now I’ll show you how to remove the blade so it can be sharpened.
All of the tool you see are provided with the cutter. We’re primarily going to use the hex-bolt tool and the blade holder.
If you line up the blade holder, you’ll see the two handles line up with two screws that are holding the blade to the machine. We’ll sta...
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This is how to Remove and Change the Blade on the Triumph 4300 Stack Cutter!

You’ll have to find a local business to sharpen the blade for you, and it is a common practice to have a spare blade for when the other one is being sharpened.

So, now I’ll show you how to remove the blade so it can be sharpened.

All of the tool you see are provided with the cutter. We’re primarily going to use the hex-bolt tool and the blade holder.

If you line up the blade holder, you’ll see the two handles line up with two screws that are holding the blade to the machine. We’ll start by unscrewing these two screws. Then fit the holder up against the blade, and twist the handles to latch the holder onto the blade.

Now completely unscrew the other three bolts. With all the bolts off, the blade is freed from the machine, which we can safely remove from here. Using the provided tools and this process protects yourself from getting cut on the very sharp blade.

At this point, putting on another blade should be pretty self explanatory, but there is a trick to lining up the blade for an even and complete cut. Do not tighten the bolts very tight to start. With the blade secured in place, but loose still, make a cut without any pages. This should push the blade into an parallel position with the cutting bar.

Now tighten it and do a test with a single page along the entire length. If it works, then you’re done!

If your blade is not aligned at that point, you’ll get an incomplete cut like this. If it still won’t cut the sheet, then make some micro adjustments from inside the lever to lower the blade position a little more.

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