Standard Docucrease DC52 Creasing Machine
What's the difference between scoring and creasing? Scoring is when a blade runs over your paper in a rotary style, scoring your paper from side to side. Creasing is when an anvil presses down on the sheet and the paper is creased in one motion. Creasing is preferred for those who have images or prints to crease because the anvil style reduces damage to ink printing.
The Docucrease works wonderfully for invitations created on thicker, glossy stocks
|Process||Manual Lever Press|
|Sheet Capacity||1 Sheet|
|Maximum Sheet Width||20.5"|
|Maximum Paper Weight||12pt. cover|
|Crease Length||1" - 25.5"|
|Backstop Position||.875" - 20.5", centered|
|Adjustable backstops||2 Included (additional available)|
|Dimensions||29.5" L x 21.75" W x 5" W|
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