THE EXCELSIOR PRESS MUSEUM PRINT SHOP AND
in the 1870 Cincinatti Type Foundry
Seeing the familar Guillotine style cutter of
1870 was not much of a surprise.
However, they also offered a "budget model"
cutter that used a totally different engineering
The Plow Paper Cutter employed a sharp blade
that ran in a channel and was manually pulled
through the stack of sheets, as one might use a
carpenter's knife to cut through drywall or a
stack of chipboard.
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last updated November, 2019