Professional rotary trimmer for everyday use (A0) with practical stand (798)

DAHLE 448
  • Helpful format lines on the base with mm division along the cutting edge make aligning the material to be cut even easier
  • Two scale bars with mm scale for an exact 90° cut
  • Adjustable backstop for quickly finding the right format – can be used on both scale bars
  • Stable metal base with non-slip rubber feet to keep the rotary trimmer securely in place
  • Rotary blade in closed plastic head
  • Automatic clamping on the cutting line to quickly fix in place the material to be cut
  • Cutting head easy to change
  • Convenient rotary trimmer for professional use
  • Self-sharpening steel rotary blade enclosed in safety cutting head, ground and hardened
  • Ground lower blade of hardened steel
  • Convenient stand with collection tray with a working height of 875 mm available optionally: 796 for model 446, 798 for model 448, 799 for model 472
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Product details

  • Professional use:working efficiency with cutting precision Professional use:working efficiency with cutting precision
  • Cutting capacity 2.0 mm Cutting capacity 2.0 mm
  • Cutting capacity 20 sheets Cutting capacity 20 sheets
  • Cutting length 1300 mm Cutting length 1300 mm
  • Table size (overall dimensions) 1500 x 384 mm Table size (overall dimensions) 1500 x 384 mm
  • Carries the GS DGUV (German Statutory Accident Insurance Association) test mark Carries the GS DGUV (German Statutory Accident Insurance Association) test mark
  • German Engineering by Dahle German Engineering by Dahle
  • Extended 5-year guarantee (except wearing parts) Extended 5-year guarantee (except wearing parts)
  • Rotary blade in closed plastic head Rotary blade in closed plastic head

Technical data

Product name448
Cutting length1300 mm
DINA0
Cutting capacity2 mm
Cutting capacity A4 80 g/sm*20 sheets
Table size (overall dimensions)1.500 mm x 384 mm
Weight net30.7 kg

* The indicated sheet capacity for cutting machines is due to standard paper weight of 80 gsm but is still subject to texture, quality and state of paper. All of such information is based on the general formula 10 sheets = 1 mm stack height and may only be used as an aid to orientation for the selection of the cutting machine.