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Old 01-12-2007, 01:10 PM   #1
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Default Paper trimmers

I need to trim a bunch of color printouts I got from a service bureau. I didn't have a functional paper trimmer/cutter so I just bought an inexpensive ($50) one at Staples.

It's the guillotine type, but now I'm re-thinking my decision ... they also had rotary trimmers, and I'm thinking those must be safer.

But how well do they work? I'm cutting heavy paper, but will only be cutting one sheet at a time. And just straight cuts.

I just don't know anything about this newfangled rotary technology.

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