Uchida launches Revolutionary AeroCut Card Cutter onto Irish Market.

Say Goodbye to your Guillotine!

Have you cut jobs with image shift in the wrong place on your guillotine? The revolutionary Aerocut now makes cutting, slitting, creasing and perforating  of Greetings cards, business cards, tickets, post cards and leaflets much easier.

Say  Hello to the Uchida Aerocut.
UCHIDA is World renowned for its innovative and advanced approach to design and product development for all types of Paper Handling Equipment. Now it has designed a card cutter, creaser, perforator and scorer for both Digital and Offset market.
The Aerocut produces cards, tickets etc quickly and efficiently, completed without any operator intervention. True one button setup with a unique versatile air feed solution, it is capable of slitting, cutting, perforating and feeding over 350gsm, including varnished and laminated stocks up to a maximum 365mm(W) x 520mm(L) sheet size
The Aerocut will feed, slit, cross cut, matrix crease and perforate all in a single pass. It produces business cards at a rate of up to 168 per minute. It will produce tickets from an SRA3 sheet all trimmed and perforated in a single pass. This is the only machine on the market to offer such versatility in a tight compact design.
The Aerocut uses proven slitting technology to offer an unrivalled finish to any colour print, whether business cards, post cards, greeting cards, tickets, full colour posters or simple flyers the Aerocut completes them all with no mess, no fuss and virtually no operator.
 It really is time to start saying goodbye to the guillotine and hello to your complete after print solution.
 All jobs, cutting, creasing and perforating are operated via touch screen, minimizing complicated set-ups and saving substantial times between jobs.
DBC Group and PAGE (Printing and Graphic Equipment) have been appointed as official partners to promote this innovative technology into the Irish Market.

Colm Paul, MD at DBC Group commented:
"We have worked with Uchida for over 15 years and the recent introduction of the Aerocut is another “gem” in the basket of quality print finishing equipment coming out of Japan! The New Aerocut is positioned to compete between the Duplo DC615 and Duplo DC645 and will be supported as always by our own team of service engineers. However, if our past experience with Uchida products is anything to go on; service and on-going maintenance costs will be minimal"
The Aerocut is now available for demonstration in DBC Group's showrooms at their Naas Road premises For more information and a link to a demo video please visit