MBM Triumph 4850 D Paper Cutter (Discontinued)
Triumph 4850 D Paper Cutter (DISCONTINUED) Cutters MBM Ideal
Triumph 4850 D Paper Cutter (DISCONTINUED) Cutters MBM Ideal

Triumph 4850 D Paper Cutter (DISCONTINUED) Cutters MBM Ideal
Triumph 4850 D Paper Cutter (DISCONTINUED) Cutters MBM Ideal

MBM Triumph 4850 D Paper Cutter (Discontinued)

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Features of the 4850 D Triumph Cutter

  • Cutting width: 18 7/8 inches
  • Cutting height: 3 inches
  • Length behind blade (narrow cut): 1 ¼ inches
  • Cutting length behind blade: 17 11/16 inches
  • Table length in front of blade: 13 5/8 inches
  • Automatic blade and clamp drive (clamp returns from every position)
  • Strong steel blade carrier and adjustable cutting blade guides
  • Low voltage (24 volt controls)
  • Patented Ideal safety drive
  • Cutting stick and blade can be changed from outside of cutter
  • Spindle-guided back gauge
  • Lighted cutting line
  • All-inclusive "SCS" safety package
  • Stand with storage self
  • All-metal construction
  • Note: please fill in the "Electrical Certification for Triumph Cutters" below and confirm if 230 volt power is present at your location and write that in the comment section on the order during checkout.
The fully automatic Triumph 4850 D paper cutter combines efficiency and ease-of-use into one heavy duty paper cutter. The 4850D is incredibly easy to setup thanks to its various electric and automatic functions.

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Description of the 4850 D Paper Cutter

The fully automatic Triumph 4850 D paper cutter is equipped with several fantastic features and is easy to operate. Unlike the manual cutters, the clamp drive is automatically guided to apply even pressure to your paper stock. This guarantees that your sheets will not be ripped or shift during the cutting process. The clamp is lowered and raised mechanically and independently from the cutting knife. The blade is made of sturdy, German-designed Solingen steel, so you are guaranteed to get a lot of use out of it. The electric blade drive acts in one swift motion to accurately cut your documents. With its impressive cutting width (nearly 19 inches) and cutting length behind the blade (nearly 18 inches), the 4850 D can accommodate very large sizes of paper without a problem.

As well as being user-friendly, the Triumph 4850 D is also very safe. Thanks to MBM's comprehensive Safety Cutting System (SCS), you can be worry-free every time you operate the machine. The electronically controlled, transparent safety shield and required two-hand operation keep your hands away from the cutting knife and protect you against harmful cutting. If a problem occurs, the blade can be stopped instantly with the disc brake. The depth of the blade can be changed without removing the cover from the outside of the machine. The all-metal construction guarantees that this automatic cutter will last you for years. MBM's Triumph 4850 D paper cutter is valuable in any high-production environment, from paper companies to print shops.


  • Though there are many features and it may look technically difficult to handle, it is easy to use.
  • Optical cutting line to ensure accurate cutting
  • Awesome cutting capacity; able to cut sheets nearly 19 inches wide and a stack 3 inches high.
  • Equipped with "SCS" safety features

Manufacturer Name MBM
Max Cutting Width 18 7/8''
Cutting Height 3''
Cutting Mode Automatic/Electric
Cutting Length Behind Blade 17 11/16''
Cutting Length in Front of Blade 13 5/8''
Clamp Type Automatic
Horsepower 2
Optical Cutting Line Yes
Blade Construction Solingen steel
Back Gauge Adjustment Manual
Safety Mechanism Safety shields; disc brake
Readout Digital
Model # 4850 D
Weight 556 lbs.
Height 48 1/2''
Width 29 3/4''
Depth 38 1/4''
Voltage 115 Volts; other voltages available
Shipping Weight 556.0000
Shipping Width 40
Shipping Length 37
Shipping Height 34


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