The TRUCUT Range

Trophy

The Trucut Trophy takes a maximum board size of
1200mm (48") x 815mm (32").

The Trophy Jumbo takes a maximum board size of
1625mm (64") x 1118mm (44").

The size of a Trophy is
1625mm (64") x 1320mm (52") x 1130mm (44.5") high.

The size of a Trophy Jumbo is
2040mm (81") x 1625mm (64") x 1130mm (44.5") high.

Maximum electrical power requirements - 500w at 110-230V.

Maximum compressed air requirements - 85PSI (6bar).

Cutting speed - up to 600mm per second (24" per second)
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Dual heads - 52 deg or 45 deg bevel head and a vertical cutting head.

This model has a single working zone. The Trophy comes with Clamp or Vacuum hold-down of the board.

Trophy glass

The Trucut Trophy Glass 43 takes a maximum sheet size of
1220mm (48") x 915mm (36").

The Trophy Glass 64 takes a maximum sheet size of
1830mm (72") x 1220mm (48").

The size of a Trophy Glass 43 is
1720mm (68") x 1275mm (50") x 1130mm (44.5") high.

The size of a Trophy Glass 64 is
2330mm (92") x 1580mm (62") x 1130mm (44.5") high.

Maximum electrical power requirements - 500w at 110-230V.

Maximum compressed air requirements - 85PSI (6bar).

Cutting speed - up to 500mm per second (20" per second)

By using different cutting wheels different qualities and thicknesses of glass can be cut up to a maximum recommended thickness of 12mm

The glass can be cut with or without oil lubrication of the cut depending upon the cutting circumstances.

Both the cutting and breakout tables have air flotation. The cutting table features retractable glass stops and our special rapid release valve for instant drop on flotation release

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many mounts per year are your Trucut machines capable of cutting?

Well obviously this depends upon the average size of the mounts and/or the complexity being cut. But on average we would expect our Trophy range to cut up to half a million mounts per year

How long is your warranty?

Our machines are warranted for 12 months, excepting fair wear and tear and/or misuse.

How long do the blades last?

The easiest way of answering this is to say that they last perhaps 10% longer than you yourself would expect a blade used with a manual cutter to last. The slight improvement is due to the even and consistent pressure that our Trucut machines apply with the blade when cutting.