MBM Triumph 721-06 LT Paper Cutter (Discontinued)
Triumph 721-06 LT Paper Cutter (Discontinued) Cutters MBM Ideal
Triumph 721-06 LT Paper Cutter (Discontinued) Cutters MBM Ideal

Triumph 721-06 LT Paper Cutter (Discontinued) Cutters MBM Ideal
Triumph 721-06 LT Paper Cutter (Discontinued) Cutters MBM Ideal

MBM Triumph 721-06 LT Paper Cutter (Discontinued)

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Manufacturer Name MBM
Max Cutting Width 28"
Cutting Height 3"
Cutting Mode Hydraulic
Cutting Length Behind Blade 28 3/8"
Cutting Length in Front of Blade 20 7/8"
Clamp Type Hydraulic
Programmable Yes
Horsepower 2
Optical Cutting Line Yes
Blade Construction Solingen steel
Back Gauge Adjustment Automatic
Safety Mechanism Safety light beams; safety shield
Readout Digital
Model # 721-06 LT
Weight 1,686 lbs.
Height 52 1/2"
Width 51 3/8"
Depth 59 1/2"
Voltage 220 Volts; other voltages available
Shipping Weight 1686.0 lbs.
Shipping Width 68
Shipping Length 55
Shipping Height 63

Q: I have an old 721-05 LT in my classroom. However, for some reasons, with students operating, I can not program the min cut of 2".
A: Before I begin theorizing, you should know that the old -05 model you have was replaced by the -06 (current) model many years ago. Your machine is probably at least 15 years old at this point which opens up a lot of possibilities for losing a few tenths of an inch on the minimum cut. The two most likely reasons are user error, or the result of a repair or blade change preformed previously by an unauthorized technician. Both of which can be remedied by a service call from one of our factory trained technicians. The final possibility is that in it's 15 year lifespan it could have been bumped in such a way that the frame is no longer capable of reducing the cut to 2". This can also be fixed. At Whitaker Brothers we understand school budgets can be tight. So if you would like a work around, try cutting from the opposite direction. If you're trimming two inches off an 11" piece of paper, set the machine to cut at 9" and put the paper all the way in. It will produce the exact same result as setting the machine at 2" to make the cut.


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