Hanover Typocraft Limited (Hanover, Ontario), a family-run printing business established in 1962, has invested in a new Certified Series Mohr D66 ECO Hydraulic Paper Cutter from print-finishing specialist Sydney Stone (Mississauga, Ontario). For any printer, not having a working paper cutter means that you are essentially out of production. That’s exactly what happened at Hanover Typocraft earlier this year when their 50-year-old cutter made its final cut. Unable to get parts, owner Gary Thomas contacted Sydney Stone to inquire about new and reconditioned replacement options available. National Sales Manager, Stephen Longmire fully understood his situation. “We know more than anyone, that having paper cutters in stock is crucial,” he added. “We currently maintain a regular stock of MOHR, EBA, Challenge and Triumph machines in both our Mississauga and Vancouver locations that are ready for immediate delivery.”
Thomas added: “From discussing the options, to the demo and the final installation and training, Sydney Stone exceeded my expectations.” Equipment that qualifies as part of its certified series is generally under 5 years old and already in exceptional condition prior to Sydney Stone’s reconditioning process. Certified Series machines include a 5-Star EMA comprising a comprehensive one-year parts-and-labour warranty, and two on-site preventative maintenance calls to ensure the finishing equipment is always working at its peak. The operation of this programmable cutter is done via a 5.5” B&W display panel and additional keypad. Recurring cutting sequences can be stored (198 programs maximum) and changed at any time. Cutting program creation can be done manually or intuitively menu-driven using block programming.