Cutting Machines

Board Cutter Machine

Approx Price: Rs 55,000 / Per Unit 

The heavy duty Board Cutter Machine is precision engineered to meet the variegated requirements of our clients. We offer these board cutter machines for cutting paper board having an impermeable barrier, such as foil. The knife helps to shear away the board and cleans the loosened foil to remove most of the insulation material.


These machines are available with the following accessories:

  • Heavy duty hand operated
  • Front & back guides
  • Castled frame & fabrication frame model
  • Cutting blades

Technical Data :

SizeFloor Space
48” x 52”
52” x 60”
62” x 72”
5’ x 5’
5.5” x 6’
6.5’ x 7’

4 Bar Rotary Creasing Cutting Machine

Approx Price: Rs 3.2 Lakh / Piece(s) 

We are engaged in offering a precision engineered range of 4 Bar Rotary Machine that is suitable for cutting and creasing the corrugated boxes in tandem. Creasing is required to manufacture folders or interior packing and cutting is required to cut sheets to form strips or blanks. We offer 4 Bar Rotary Machine in different sizes, capacities, which maximize the production capacity.



  • Graded alloy steel knives for smooth cutting
  • Different gauges which ensure accurate cutting & creasing of sheets

Technical Data:

SizeMotor H.P.Floor Space
8’x 4’
9’x 4’
10’x 4’
12’x 4’

Sheet Cutter Machines

Approx Price: Rs 2.5 Lakh / Unit 

We offer a comprehensive range of Sheet Cutter Machines that is known for its accurate cutting of the paper. These heavy duty machines are designed for high production in cutting paper as well as 2 ply corrugated sheet without damaging the flutes. To reduce the wastage, the machine can be attached to a corrugation machine for direct and accurate sheet cutting. It is a useful machine for cutting coated papers, craft papers, writing papers and others.


We also offer the following accessories:


  • PIV gear box
  • A delivery conveyor
  • Variable speed motor

Technical Data :

SizeMotor H.P.Floor Space
5’x 9’
6’x 9’
7’x 9’
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