Cutting, creasing, perforating … most print products don’t really take their final shape until the post-press and finishing stage. The ProCut 76 die cutting and stamping machine is the professional solution for finishing in the sheet size B2 (760 x 600 mm).
Short set-up times, time-saving features and high-quality outputs make the flat-bed die butter a reliable and cost-effective solution for finishing in the commercial printing sector and beyond. With the KAMA AutoRegister, you can also cut and crease digitally printed sheets with high registration accuracy, allowing you to address the new market for short runs in packaging.
The versatile ProCut 76 is suitable for many different applications and is a perfect, state-of-the-art successor for worn-out cylinders and platen presses that are past their use-by date. And in the process, you can simply carry on using any tools you already have. The ProCut 76 is network capable and can be retrofitted for use in hot foil stamping applications.
- Die Cutting
- Blind Embossing
- Braille Embossing
- Kiss Cut
- Hot Cut
Gentle sheet transport on a single level, clean creasing lines, embossing and cutting with highest registration accuracy and no nicks: the ProCut 76 is a flexible solution for post-press finishing of paper, paperboard and plastics in the sheet size B2. The machine can be retrofitted for hot cutting of plastics or for hot foil enhancements.
Fast order changes are absolutely essential for smaller runs and digitally printed jobs. On the ProCut 76 it takes just around 5 minutes to convert the setup, which means that the next order can start up quickly – thereby making post-press finishing profitable. The 4+1 system with prepared 1 mm plates also ensures that uptime is maximised. With the type of repeat orders involving intensive creasing, which are common in packaging jobs, this can shorten set-up times by up to 90%.
With the linear KAMA gripper, ProCut die cutting and stamping machines achieve the highest registration accuracy on the market. The AutoRegister guarantees the highest precision for digitally printed sheets and for sheets that are cut after printing. At aligns every sheet based on the print image, and cutting and creasing lines are accurately positioned to within an accuracy of a tenth of a millimetre.
NEW: AutoRegister AR3 additionally provides “skew adjust” – for maximum register accuracy with cut sheets and twisted sheets, multiple embellishment and most demanding packaging.
Thanks to the universal chase on the ProCut 76, you can continue to use your existing tools without any problems whatsoever. This also applies to small cutting dies.
With a footprint of around 12 m2 including the platform, the ProCut 76 makes do with very little space. Sheets are transported at a right angle in the system, so the compact machine can also be positioned in a corner.
|from 100 g/m²
|Paperboard, micro-corrugated board
|max. 1,500 g/m² (bzw. 1.8 mm)
|Plastics (PET, PP, PVC)
|max. 1,500 g/m²
|Maximum sheet size
|760 x 600 mm (29 15/16 x 23 5/8 in)
|Minimum sheet size
|279 x 210 mm (11 x 8 1/4 in)
|165 t (1.65 MN)
|Maximum cutting size
|743 x 585 mm (29 3/8 x 23 1/16 in)
|Dimensions (length x width)
|4.87 x 2.69 m
The versatile KAMA ProCut 76 is ideal for many different applications in post-press, where it can be used with all printing presses that use the sheet size B2 (or smaller), e.g.
- Heidelberg XL 75
- HP Indigo 7K, 12000, 35K
- Koenig & Bauer Rapida 76
- Xerox IGEN, Iridesse
- Fujifilm Jetpress 720
- Konica Minolta KM-1
Finishing and enhancement of halved B1 sheets may also be a profitable solution depending on the size of the run, as the tool costs are lower.
- The KAMA AutoRegister aligns every sheet based on the print image. Perfect for post-press in digital printing.
- Quick-change heating plate system 4+1 for quick job changes
- Universal quick-change heating plate system allows existing tools to still be used
- Magnetic plate for cutting and kiss-cutting of finest contours
- Retrofittable with stamping systems for hot foil and holograms
- Hot-cut system for hot cutting and creasing of plastics