The Martin Yale BCS410 Card Slitter is similar to the BCS210 but includes an additional workstation to score and drill. This added feature is ideal for those who want to create shop style business cards as well as other types of cards and tickets. Like the BCS210, the BCS410 comes with automatic sharpening blades so you don't have to worry about sharpening or replacing the cutting blades. Adjustable paper guides allow you to manually adjust the cuts if you do not want to produce standard 2” x 3 1/2" business cards.
The BCS410 works in a two-pass operation, with the user, simply insert the 8 ½” x 11” blades for the BCS to slit at two 3 ½”x 11” sheets, then take those two sheets and insert them once more to turn them into 10 2 "x 3 ½" business cards. The BCS210 is known as a 10up machine because of the initial 8 ½” x 11” sheet contains 10 cards to be cut. This business card cutter can handle paper or stockpiles up to 5/8” thick and can cut the cards into an index of up to 300 cards per minute.
|Cards Per Page (First Round)||5-up|
|Cards Per Page (Second Round)||10-up|
|Slitting Capacity||300 Cards Per Minute|
|Product User||Medium Office|
|Sheet Size (W"x L")||3.5 x 8.5|
|Paper Size (in)||8.5 x 11|
|Business Card Size (W"x L")||2 x 3.5|
|Dimensions (H" x W" x D")||10.38 x 13 x 15|
|Warranty||1 year parts, 90-days labor|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|