Ream Cutters & Stack Paper Cutters – One In The Same?

Ream Paper CuttersThe other day I had a customer ask me if there was any difference between a ream cutter and a stack cutter. That is a good question. A ream cutter is a cutter capable of cutting an entire ream of paper, which is about 500 sheets (two-inches) of standard copy paper. That’s a lot of paper. Stack cutters are designed to cut a lot of paper. The answer is to this customer’s question is yes and no.

Can some stack paper cutters cut a ream of paper? Yes. Can all stack cutters cut a ream of paper? No. Over half of our stack paper cutters, however, are capable of cutting an entire ream of paper. Most stack paper cutters are capable of cutting several hundred sheets of paper. We even have manually-operated stack cutters capable of cutting an entire ream of paper, such as the Dahle 848 and the Tamerica Guillomax Plus.

Stack paper cutters come in manual, electric, hydraulic, programmable and other variations. The type you choose depends entirely on how many sheets you need to cut, how often you need to cut them and if you plan on doing different types of cuts on a consistent basis. You can find our entire selection of stack (ream) paper cutters here.

Have some questions about ream paper cutters? Post your questions here and I will answer them for you. Happy cutting!

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