Polar 61 cutter with updated microcut computer.
Reconditioning is a process used to give that machine a like new and productive life with a one-year parts warranty. This provides a cost-effective alternative to buying a new machine.
A reconditioned machine is completely stripped down, disassembled and inspected in our full-service rebuilding facility. We thoroughly clean the machine base, frame, and all components. We identify worn parts and either repair or replace them. When necessary we then restore guiding surfaces to like-new tolerances by machining or replacing relevant components. Repainting is an option but may not performed on all machines if the initial appearance is very good. We then reassemble the refreshed paper cutter, update it as requested and conduct thorough testing to ensure it’s running up to our quality standards in peak condition before we prepare it for shipment. All necessary knives, sticks, tools, guards and manuals are always shipped with the reconditioned machine.
We take tremendous pride in our reconditioning process. Our reconditioning team has decades of experience with all makes and models of paper cutters and paper handling equipment.
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