MBM Triumph 4300 Manual Tabletop Paper Cutter

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Product code: MBM4300-0449

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Capabilities

  • Cutting Height: ¾”
  • Cutting Width: 16-7/8
  • Cut Type: Manual

Features of the 4300 Triumph Cutter

  • Dimensions (D x W x H): 22 1/2 x 28 x 18 1/2 inches
  • Minimum length behind blade (narrow cut): 1 1/2 inches
  • Cutting length behind blade: 13 1/2 inches
  • Table length in front of blade: 6 1/4 inches
  • Compact size
  • All-inclusive "SCS" safety package
  • Hinged, transparent safety guard on front table with locking device for the blade lever
  • Transparent safety cover on rear table
  • Blade change from front without removing machine covers
  • Blade changing device covers cutting edge of blade
  • Blade depth adjustment from outside of machine
  • Cutting stick can be turned or changed from outside of machine
  • Safety blade lever with patented overload protection
  • Patented, lever-activated, fast-action clamp provides optimal clamp pressure
  • Side guide with measuring scale
  • Lockable back gauge
  • All-metal construction
  • High-quality, German steel blade
  • Shipping weight: 80 lbs.
  • Optional stand - sold separately 

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Description of the MBM Triumph 4300 Manual Cutter

With a cutting width of 16 7/8" and high-quality, German-steel blades that cut through ¾" H stack of paper, consider the Triumph 4300 for your print shop or mail room. Offering 13 ½" of a cutting length behind blade and 6 ¼" of table length in front of blade, the Triumph 4300 could be perfect for cutting all types of work, including flyers, brochures, bulletins, and more. For convenience, the side guide features a handy measuring scale, with measurements in both millimeters and inches.

Like all Triumph cutters, the Triumph 4300 is renowned for precision, safety, and ease of use. The SCS "Safety Cutting System" features guarantee user safety when operating this cutter. The hinged, transparent safety shield on the front table features a locking device for the blade lever. This means that the blade will only come down if the safety guard is fully closed. A clear safety cover also exists on the rear table for an extra level of protection. The blade changing device covers the cutting edge of the blade, guaranteeing user safety during this process. The operator can easily change the blade from the front of this cutter, without removing any of the machine covers. The cutting stick can also be rotated or changed from outside of machine. The patented, lever-activated clamp provides an even supply of pressure on your paper stock. This pressure helps keep your papers from shifting or sliding when making a cut.

For many offices or mail rooms, space is typically limited. A compact option for print shops, schools, and businesses, the Triumph 4300 offers dimensions of 22 ½" D x 28" W x 18 ½" H. Weighing in at a reasonable 80 lbs., this all-metal constructed heavy duty cutter is guaranteed to last for years.


Q: How is the 4300 different from the 4305 other than the optional stand?
A: The major difference is in the number of sheets it's capable of cutting. The clearance on the Triumph 4300 is only about .75" which means it could only cut a little over 100 sheets of standard paper at a time.

Q: I need to trim the corners off of business cards at a 45 degree angle, mitered basically. I have a wooden jig that will place them properly, but I can't tell how much the press that holds them down will cover, so I don't know if it will work.
A: There are ways that a Triumph paper cutter could be 'rigged' to make 45 degree cuts to the corners of business cards. It would require a contraption that holds them in place, and bringing the false clamp down to line it up properly, and finally bringing down the blade once everything is in position. It would be time consuming but possible.

Manufacturer Name MBM
Max Cutting Width 16 7/8''
Cutting Height 3/4''
Cutting Mode Manual
Cutting Length Behind Blade 13 1/2"
Cutting Length in Front of Blade 6 1/4''
Clamp Type Manual
Blade Construction Solingen steel
Back Gauge Adjustment Manual
Safety Mechanism Safety shields; safety catch
Readout Analog
Model # 4300
Weight 80 lbs.
Height 18 1/2"
Width 28"
Depth 22 1/2"
Shipping Weight 80.0000
Shipping Width 27.5
Shipping Length 26.5
Shipping Height 19.5
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km09480 From USA
No compromise
March 13, 2014
I disagree with the previous reviewer this isn't a compromise. I've lived a life of rotary trimmers which are very hit-and-miss. My new 4300 Triumph really helps me put out professional work. The accuracy and integrity of the cut are flawless. Rotary trimmers may be a little faster in the long-run but all of that time is lost when the paper slides on you. I have no experienced that to date with the 4300.
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Marlin From USA
Decent Compromise
February 25, 2014
I owned a Triumph 3905 for many years and really liked it. When it got bent when I changed offices I had to buy a new one. A Triumph 4305 was the replacement but at $1800 that was a little too expensive. I got the Triumph 4300 and it's been enjoyable so far. It doesn't cut nearly as much paper at one time but otherwise it appears to be just as accurate and reliable as our old 3905.
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Jessicavolvo From USA
Low clearance, good otherwise
November 13, 2013
You've got the Yale 7000E that can do a full ream of paper at one time with slight accuracy issues, and you've got this which does maybe 1/3rd of a ream with no accuracy issues. So pick what's more important to you right out of the gate. For what I do, extreme accuracy was a must.
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