Finishing Cutters - X-Y & Plotters Flexa Miura II 1650 Wallpaper

Flexa Miura II 1650 Wallpaper

 

Now you can also achieve the perfect wallpaper panel!

The Miura II is a well known XY cutting device which continues to receive increasing success from many markets. It is a perfect combination of efficiency, ease-of-use and build quality at a very competitive price. This machine allows operators to solve daily problems of horizontal and vertical trimming of the large format prints.

With the new specially designed wallpaper blades which allow extreme precision cutting, it is the perfect solution for wallpaper applications up to 1650mm wide. Up to 8 cutting heads can be fitted.

  1. Accurately cut widths
  2. Accurately cut length
  3. Twin rewind shafts for paper edge protection

Immediately  increase your finishing capabilities with this precise and user friendly automatic XY trimmer.

Cutting of:

  • paper (even if laminated)
  • wallpaper
  • photographic paper,
  • Durantrans,
  • PVC
  • coated adhesive films,
  • polyester,
  • polycarbonate,
  • reflective material,
  • magnetic rubber,
  • banner (up to 900 grams),
Miura II combines total safety and excellent performance with low maintenance costs and long-term reliability.

Miura II can operate in three different modes:

Manual mode:
all the positioning and cutting operations are manually and easily performed thanks to the graphic visualisation on touch-screen display

Automatic mode
: you can set the quantity of outputs required and all the separate cutting data to be repeated during operation; once you enter the settings, Miura II operates automatically

Crop mark mode: an optical sensor can detect and memorise the start/finish reference points and through the touch-screen display you can quickly and simply enter the final positioning for transverse cutting. It's a very useful mode to trim multiple printing sizes from the same roll (keeping the same longitudinal alignment).

Miura II is equipped with a useful accessory to adjust the roll to be cut if it's been improperly wound.