Challenge Titan Paper Cutter | 230

The Challenge Titan 230 is a high volume, very durable, paper cutter. With its 23 inch maximum width cut, and its programable interface, it is a perfect solution for any cutting environment.
  • Fully hydraulic cutting and clamping.
  • Solid cast iron and steel construction ensure years of trouble-free operation.
  • Solid 1-inch thick tool grade aluminum table offers the strong work surface required in production environments.
  • Bright red LED line light is easy to see and needs no future replacement.
 

Description

The Challenge Titan 230 is the industry leader in 23 inch cutting. This Challenge Cutter features a programmable interface, with hydraulic clamp and blade mechanisms, and built out of iron and steel. With a maximum cutting width of 23 inches, it can handle most wide format printing jobs. It also features a built in safety system, with light safety beams coming from the top of the cutter.

Maximum Cutting Width: 23″ / 58.4cm
Minimum Cut: without false clamp plate 1/2″ / 13mm
                          with false clamp plate 1-7/8″ / 48mm
Maximum Cut Depth: 24″ / 61.0cm
Clamp Opening: without false clamp plate 3-1/4″ / 8.3cm
                             with false clamp plate 3″ / 7.6cm
Clamping Method Hydraulic and Manual
Backgauge Control Power
DIMENSIONS
Table Space:  in front of knife 24-1/4″ / 61.6cm
                         behind knife 24″ / 61.0cm
Overall Height 53″ / 135cm
Overall Width 50″ / 127cm
Overall Length 66” / 168cm
Will Pass Through Opening:
Without light beams & switch
Table & Treadle out

39
” / 99cm
29″ / 73.7cm
Net Weight (approximate) 1,000 lbs / 454 kg
Shipping Weight (approximate) 1,120 lbs / 508 kg
ELECTRICAL
1-3/4 H.P. 1 Phase, 60 Hz, AC
208/230 Volts, 12 Amps (service size 15 Amps)
Requires receptacle type: NEMA 6-15R or 6-20R
U.L. Listed

 

 

Additional information

Weight 1000 lbs
New/Used

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Dimensions

Maximum Cutting Width

Clamp Opening (Cutting Height)

Minimum Cut

Clamp Mechanism

Blade Mechanism

Safety System

Air Table

Voltage

Back Gauge Mechanism

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