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Whether you work in an office or a creative type, a rotary trimmer can be a big help. Without a rotary trimmer (also known as a rolling trimmer), it can be difficult to get a totally straight cut and not run the risk of injuring yourself. After all, using a straight edge and craft knife can lead to precise cuts, but using such tools increase the likelihood of an injury.
A security Level 4 paper shredder that is designed for centralized office use, the 20612 EC is intended to be placed near copy and fax machines is a busy office. We took a look at the various features of this machine, and here is a list of what we consider to be its strengths and weaknesses.
In today's information age, one of the most important pieces of office equipment you can own is a paper shredder. This is not only because identity theft is running rampant, but there is so much private information that regularly appears on paper, from birth dates to Social Security Numbers; financial data to top-secret government information.
There are several different sizes of paper shredders available, from small desk side shredders to massive ones that are ideal for companies that destroy thousands of documents per day. Department sized shredders are somewhere in between these two extremes and offer large offices a great shredding solution.
When you think about guillotine paper cutters, what are some of the features that come to mind? Is it what the item is made out of? How much it can cut? The size of it? The safety features? All of the above? If you're like most people, perhaps you think of safety features first. That is a good thing because a guillotine cutter can cause a lot of damage if it is used incorrectly, especially if the unit lacks the appropriate safety features.
There are a lot of companies that manufacture paper shredders. Some of the ones that immediately come to mind are Fellowes, Martin Yale, and Dahle. Swingline is another company that makes high-quality shredders for a variety of environments. One of their professional-grade machines is the DSM07-13 which is definitely a shredder to check out. Here is why it's worth a look....
When you need to get a perfectly straight cut, a rolling trimmer can be just the tool to use. Rolling trimmers (also known as rotary trimmers) are capable of producing a flawless straight cut. They are also easy to use and can be safer than using a straight edge and knife. Best of all, rolling trimmers come in a wide variety of sizes so they can be used on both large and small projects.
There are many different brands of paper shredders on the market. A few that immediately come to mind are GBC, Fellowes, Martin Yale, and Dahle. But while there are numerous brands available, you may be surprised to learn that there are really only two types of paper shredder, and it has to do with cutting styles and not brand names. The two types of shredder are strip and cross-cut, which is also known as confetti- and micro-cut.
Two sizes of standard stack paper cutters and three models of DAHLE stack paper cutters are available for the paper cutting needs of the professional world and the creative industry. They fit on any table surface and on a floor stand. All machines come with replaceable blades and safety guards. Machines operate manually.
As a Level 6 security machine that gives the user a relatively high capacity, the 20394 is designed as a shredding solution for government agencies, government contractors, or for any organization where the very highest security available is a priority. In this article ,we looked at the 20394's features and compiled a list of what we see as its strengths and weaknesses.


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