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    Default Has anyone used a Sanven or Eteyo paper/card guillotine?

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    They say they can cut upto 400 sheets of 80gsm paper, and if you google them they are hand used, not electric. Just wondered if anyone has used them they look very tempting between 70-100. I would really appreciate any feedback, good or bad.

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    To be honest, for that volume I would just go to the local printers who are generally obliging for most things, I find, and ask if they will cut them to size. For what they would charge, you can get a hell of a lot cut for 70-100. I used to even buy my paper and card from there..ridiculously cheap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3dDave View Post
    To be honest, for that volume I would just go to the local printers who are generally obliging for most things, I find, and ask if they will cut them to size. For what they would charge, you can get a hell of a lot cut for 70-100. I used to even buy my paper and card from there..ridiculously cheap!

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    I only mentioned the 400 sheets to give an idea of what it says it can do. I think I will be using it often enough to justify the spend, just curious if anyone has used this machine. Thanks for taking the time to answer tho'.

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    All good Ludmilla, I personally use a Rexel guillotine that will cut easily through quite a few sheets, thick as you like, and have recommended to others that have also had good results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3dDave View Post
    All good Ludmilla, I personally use a Rexel guillotine that will cut easily through quite a few sheets, thick as you like, and have recommended to others that have also had good results.
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    I also recommend the Rexel guillotine too, as recommended by 3D Dave.
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