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Unlike rotary scorers that can leave a cracked finish on some stocks, the channel score produced by the DocuCrease provides a clean, sharp score that doesn't damage the printed image. That's because the creasing action is achieved by crushing the fibers across the length of the document between a dye and an anvil ... all in one action. The result is a superb crease without damage.
Simple OperationThe DocuCrease is great for adding creases to:
The DocuCrease contains a clearly marked table with an indicator scale for easy and accurate positioning of the creases. Two adjustable backstops allow for two creases in one pass on the same piece, or for easy set-up of multiple creasing jobs. And it is ergonomically correct making it easy to use for either right or left handed operation.
- Glossy cover stocks with the grain going in the wrong direction
- Ink or toner-based stocks
- Pamphlets / brochures
- Greeting cards
- Covers used for booklets or perfect bound books
For higher-volume creasing,
step up to the Standard Morgana AutoCreaser, a fully-automated suction feed scorer
Available in two models, the DocuCrease channel scores up to 14"in length on the smaller unit, the DC35, and up to 20.5"in length on the larger unit, the DC52, making them ideal for a wide assortment of printed materials. Plus, additional backstops can be added to either unit to increase the number of preset crease positions per pass that you can get from using the two standard backstops.
Specifications Model DC35 Model DC52 Maximum Sheet Width 14" 20.5" Max. Paper Weight Up to 12 pt. cover Up to 12 pt. cover Max. Score Length 14" 20.5" Min. Score Length 1" 1" Dimensions 23.5" x 15" x 5" 29.5" x 21.75" x 5" Weight 28.5 lbs. 37.5 lbs.
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