Martin Yale BCS212 Business Card Slitter
Features of BCS212 Tabletop Business Card Slitter
- First Pass: Cuts 8 ½”x11” sheets into two strips of 3 ½”x11”
- Second Pass: Take the 4up sheets and cut them into 2”x3 ½” card.
- Cutting blades are semi-self sharpening to allow for years of operation without sharpening or replacement
- Adjustable paper guides allow for easy set up for customized needs
- Continuous feeding of stacks up to 5/8" thick
- Creates up to 375 cards/minute
Overview of Martin Yale BCS212 12-up Business Card Slitter
The best way to create your own business cards is by using an effective business card slitter. And one model that will serve its purpose best in this regard would be the Martin Yale BCS212 business card slitter. It features a 12up format and makes cutting cards an easy and seamless job.
The Martin Yale BCS212 is a 12 up machine and accommodates 8.5" x 11" stock and creates finished product in 2 passes. Even though the machine is not automatic, it is highly effective. Insert the 8-½”x11” sheet in the machine that will cut it into three 3 ½”x11” sheets in the first pass. Now take these three strips to be cut into twelve 2”x3 ½” business cards in the second pass. The Martin Yale BCS212 business card slitter is easy to set up and operate, also the machine is so lightweight in design that you can carry it anywhere you want with ease. Moreover, although the machine does not support full automatic functions, it is highly efficient.
|Product Name||Martin Yale BCS212 Business Card Slitter|
|Dimensions (H”xW”xD”)||6 x 10.5 x 15|
|Warranty||1 year parts, 90-days labor|
|Power Supply (Volts)||115|
|Business Card Size (W"x L")||2 x 3.5|
|Format Second Round (Cards Per Page)||12-up|
|Slitting Capacity (Cards Per Minute)||375|
|Sheet Size First Round (W" x L")||3.5 x 11|
|Format First Round (Cards Per Page)||4-up|
|User Type||Medium Office|
|Paper Size (W" x L")||8.5 x 11|
Q. How can I adjust the pressure arm location?
A. Its location can be adjusted with the pressure arm adjustment knob. But note that it is highly sensitive in its functioning. Huge changes can be made with slight movement of the knob.
Q. What should I do if my slitter stalls?
A. If slitter stalls for more than 5 seconds, check for the following possible problems:
- Tripped breaker (look for the source of machine bind and correct. Push in breaker to reset)
- Obstruction in blades
- Dead electrical outlet
Q. I am getting oil residue on my inserted sheets. How can I get rid of those?
A. Finding oil residue on the starting pieces of input is normal. You can remove it with the unprinted stock.
Q. Can I insert the input into the slitter while it is on?
A. No, it should only be done while it is ‘off’. Loading the stock while the slitter is working might result into personal injury or any sort of damage to the machine.