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Substrate Cutter cuts semi-rigid and flexible materials.

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May 10, 2012 - Suitable as table-top or wall-mounted cutter, Model F-60 includes plastic knife cartridge, lock down pressure clamp, and lock-and-cut feature. Cutting table is fabricated from 1.5 mm sheet metal and features built-in squaring arm and measuring graphic grid. Permanently molded into plastic cartridge, .015 in. thick blade contains 4 measuring settings indicating depth of cut. With cutting capacity of 62 in., Model F-60 is suitable for variety of semi-rigid and flexible substrates.

Fletcher-Terry Company, LLC

91 Clark Drive, East Berlin, CT, 06023, USA

Original Press Release

Fletcher-Terry Announces its New F-60 Substrate Cutter

Press release date: May 8, 2012

Eliminates need for straight-edge and knife method

Fletcher's New F-60 is like no other, featuring its unique plastic knife cartridge allowing for quick and safe blade change, its lock down pressure clamp for tightly securing material and its "lock and cut" feature, ideal for any in-house shop for any industry. Cutting a variety of semi-rigid and flexible substrates, the F-60 unit can be used as a table-top or wall-mounted cutter allowing the user to decide what best suits their shop's needs.

The F-60 has a cutting capacity of 62" (1.57M), cutting table is fabricated from a 1.5mm sheet metal construction, equipped with built-in squaring arm and features full table measuring graphic grid.

Its unique plastic knife cartridge utilizes a .015" thick blade providing exceptional cutting and edge quality with all paper based products as well as PVC materials up to 3mm thickness. Blade is permanently molded into a plastic cartridge for safe handling, quick blade change and contains four measuring settings indicating depth of cut.

The Fletcher-Terry Company, LLC, East Berlin, Connecticut, USA (www.fletcher-terry.com)

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