PrintPack 2019: Qutub Impex to showcase paper cutting knives

By 09 Jan 2019

Kolkata-based, Qutub Impex will showcase a range of Engine paper cutting knives that are used in guillotine/paper cutting machines of offset printing units.

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Engine paper cutting knife

Shivansh Bhotika, director, Qutub Impex, said, “The knives have an enhanced life as it lowers the frequency of grinding and the machine downtime. Hence, the longevity of these knives is much higher.” 

Bhotika explained that the friction resistance and high tenacity features result in reduced wear and tear and it contributes towards the longevity of the knife.

“The Engine paper guillotine knives are cladded with high-grade alloy steel. The heat treatment and precise machining with the right permutation of inlaid alloy metal composition ensure quality and precision cutting.”

"The overall cost of the printer comes down on using our knives as variable costs associated with our knives are much lower as compared to others,” added Bhotika.

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With 25 days to go, the countdown to the PrintPack India 2019 has begun. The six-day show with more than 415 exhibitors and over 22,546 sqm of booked floorspace is set to commence on 1 February 2019 at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida.

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