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Posts Tagged ‘Fletcher Terry Substrate Cutters’

Top Five Best Substrate Cutters

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Fletcher Terry Titan 1000 Substrate CutterWhether you are cutting plastic, corrugated board, vinyl or foamboard, you could probably benefit from the use of a substrate cutter. These useful cutters are designed to cut thick materials. Sizes vary and cutting volume ranges from low to high. So which substrate cutter should you get?

As previously mentioned, substrate cutters are very versatile cutting machines. Many of them can cut material in excess of ½-inch thick! We even carry several high-end substrate cutters that can be used to also cut mirrors, glass, plexiglass and acrylic! So which model should you go with? Here are five highly recommended models as rated by our customers.

Top Five Best Substrate Cutters

  1. Foster Keencut Javelin Substrate Cutter
  2. Foster Excalibur 1000 Substrate Cutter
  3. Fletcher Terry FSC Substrate Cutter
  4. Fletcher Terry Titan Cutter
  5. Foster Keencut SteelTrak Substrate Cutter

As you can see, Foster and Fletcher Terry are the kings of the substrate cutter hill. I consider both manufacturers to be reputable and both make high-quality equipment. You can find our entire selection of substrate cutters here. If you have questions about any of the models listed, give us a call at 1-800-658-8788. Happy cutting!

New Fletcher Terry Substrate Cutters / FSC / Titan / Gemini Pro – Now Available!

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

We have just added a new line of substrate cutters to our site from Fletcher Terry. These aren’t your standard run-of-the-mill paper cutters. These new cutters are known as substrate cutters. Many can cut a wide range of items such as corrugated plastic, foamboard, PVC, banners, vinyl, fabric and paper. Some models can even cut aluminum, acrylic, glass and more!

We have added in all a total of three new cutters from Fletcher Terry. These are the FSC Substrate Cutter, the Titan and the Gemini Pro. Each of these cutters are designed and optimized for specific tasks.

Learn more about each of these cutters below:

FSC Substrate Cutter – The FSC Substrate Cutter is a beast. It is extremely accurate and capable of cutting a wide range of materials. This includes corrugated plastic, aluminum, PVC, econolite, acrylic, foamboard, glass and more. It includes a laser sight line cutting guide for knife or wheel cutting operations, which projects a cut line on the substrate, eliminating guess work and costly errors in a post printing process. Check it out!

Titan – The Titan is designed to cut rigid materials such as corrugated plastic, foamboard and gatorboard, but can also cut flexible materials such as fabric, vinyl, banners and paper. It can cut rigid materials up to ½-inch thick. This is all thanks to a cutting head that switches from cutter to trimmer. Check it out!

Gemini Pro – The Gemini pro is a compact substrate cutter that can switch from cutter (with a blade) to trimmer (rotary blade). It can cut rigid materials up to ½-inch thick. Much like the Titan, the Gemini Pro can cut corrugated plastic, gatorboard, foamboad and flexible materials like paper, vinyl, fabric and more. The Gemini Pro can be used in conjunction with the Fletcher Terry Atlas Worktable for added stability. Check it out!

We are very excited about this new addition to our site and our new relationship with Fletcher Terry.

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