DeLuxe M1726D-AST 1/4" Wire Stitcher With Two 26D Heads
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DeLuxe M1726D-AST 1/4" Wire Stitcher With Two 26D Heads

Part #: M1726D-AST
  • Capacity: From 2 sheets to 1/4"
  • Wire Sizes: from 21 - 28 round and 21x25 flat with a 26D Head
  • Designed to staple both flat and saddle work
  • Speed: 215 stitches per minute
  • 90 Day Warranty
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Product Description

This DeLuxe M1726D-AST 1/4" Wire Stitcher is a combination light & heavy duty stitcher designed to staple both flat and saddle work ranging in thickness from 2 sheets to 1/4". The stitcher is equipped with two heads standard, but can be operated with as many as ten 26D heads installed at one time. Maximum center to enter distance is 18", minimum is approximately 1-7/8”.

The recommended wire sizes to be used on the M17 are as follows: 21 - 28 gauge round and 21x25 flat.

The M17 is easily adjusted from saddle work to flat work by means of tilting the 6-1/2" x 33" work table. An adjustable work guide and adjustable work stops are easily attached to work table and provide for accurate registering of flat work for uniform spacing of staples.

The M17 is footswitch operated and is belt driven by a 3/4 HP motor, making possible operating speeds up to 215 stitches per minute. The motor is mounted on an adjustable bracket which can be raised or lowered for adjusting the driving belt tension. The machine driving mechanism is thoroughly shielded thus preventing the possibility of personal injury.

The M17 has a 14" throat depth for both flat and saddle stitching. The work table is approximately 34" above the floor, and there is approximately 17/32" clearance between the top of the work table and the stitching head.

Because of the length of the work table, the M17 must be secured on the floor to meet CE stability requirements. Sound level readings at a normal operator position are approximately 70 dBC. This DeLuxe M1726D-AST 1/4" Wire Stitcher With Two 26D Heads is backedby a 90-day warranty.

Product Details

  • Designed to staple both flat and saddle work ranging in thickness from 2 sheets to 1/4"
  • Equipped with two heads standard, but can be operated with as many as ten 26D heads installed at one time.
  • Maximum center to enter distance is 18", minimum is approximately 1-7/8".
  • The recommended wire sizes are as follows: 21 - 28 gauge round and 21x25 flat
  • Easily adjusted from saddle work to flat work by means of tilting the 6-1/2" x 33" work table. An adjustable work guide and adjustable work stops are easily attached to work table and provide for accurate registering of flat work for uniform spacing of staples.
  • Footswitch operated and is belt driven by a 3/4 HP motor, making possible operating speeds up to 215 stitches per minute.
  • The motor is mounted on an adjustable bracket which can be raised or lowered for adjusting the driving belt tension.
  • The machine driving mechanism is thoroughly shielded thus preventing the possibility of personal injury.
  • Has a 14" throat depth for both flat and saddle stitching. The work table is approximately 34" above the floor, and there is approximately 17/32" clearance between the top of the work table and the stitching head.
  • With the table installed, the M17 requires about 33" x 30" of floor space.
  • Sound level readings at a normal operator position are approximately 70 dBC

Item Specifications

  • Capacity: From 2 sheets to 1/4"
  • Wire Sizes: from 21 - 28 round and 21x25 flat
  • Clinch: Moveable clincher for flat stitching
  • Table: 33" wide heavy duty, 14" throat for flat and saddle work
  • Speed: 215 stitches per minute
  • Warranty: 90 Days
  • Power: 110V / 60Hz / 12A
  • Machine Weight: 445 lbs
  • Floor Space Required: 33" x 30"

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