Sharavandi, a package printer in Georgian Republic, has installed a Polar CuttingSystem to tackle the increasing production volume.
The Polar CuttingSystem, which is said to be the first of its kind in Georgia, includes a stack lift, jogger and counting scale.
It has so far increased the company's productivity by 50%.
Sharavandi managing director Tamaz Sharikadze said: "Quality and reliability of POLAR machines are outstanding.
"Together with the user-friendly operation, it is an uncompromised piece of equipment."
The stack lift LW 1000-4 helps in providing a user-friendly working height by automatic lifting and lowering of palletised cutting material.
With the constant working height during the loading and unloading procedures, guillotine efficiency can be increased by up to 10%.
The automatic jogger incorporated in the machine prepares new material outside the cutting machine.
The uniformity and quality of the final product can be achieved by the precise alignment of the material to be cut, as well as increasing cutting accuracy.
Polar claims that there is an improvement in the formation of blocks from the reams to be cut owing to the air removal feature.
The counting scale used to precisely measure the amount of printed sheets makes it suitable for processing labels, packaging material, postcards and business cards.
The OptiKnife equipped in the machine provides an extended operating life to the knife, as well as faster knife change.
Besides the new Polar CuttingSystem, Sharavandi already employs three Polar 92 guillotines.
Image: Sharavandi increases productivity with new Polar CuttingSystem. Photo: courtesy of POLAR-Mohr.