AUTOPLATINE BOBST SP 142 ER age1989

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Serial:057403703
Automatic flat bed Die Cutter
Size100x140 cm
Technical features:
Platen pressure max.600 tons
Max speed 6000 sheets per hour
Max sheet size:1020 x 1420mm
Min Sheet size 700 x 500mm
Max cutting area size 0000 x 0000mm
Dimensions:
L. 0,0 mt.
P. 0,0 mt.
H. 0,0 mt.
Power requirement Kw 00 circa
Weight 12.000 Kg. circa
Accessories included:
Stripping and blanking station
Pre loader
Non stop feeder
Motorized feeder head
Pull lay operator side
Push lay opposite side
Micrometers adjustable plate system
Up and down stripping action
Blanking unit
Interleaver delivery
Elevated 350 mm
Preset table
Standard machine
Tools, Documentations
Complete with all standard parts and accessories
N.B.Please, note that the technical description is intended as E.&O.E (errors and omissions excepted) and it’s however referred to the productor’s technical description.

Conditions: Perfect condition, in scheduledmaintenance with the Bobst Italia
Availability: September 2018
Visible: Machine can be inspected and tested in production, North Italy
Click here to see the video: https://youtu.be/_0mdPlxgxnE
All machines are offered in Euros and are subject remaining unsold.
For further information don’t hesitate to contact us.

PIATTIGRAF di Piatti Ambrogio & C. S.a.s.
Via Jenner 3
26837 Mulazzano (Lo) – ITALY
tel: +39 02 989323
fax: +39 02 9896200

e-mail: info@piattigraf.it
website: piattigraf.it

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