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#856665 - 8th Feb 2014 11:19am Ream of a4 paper cut in half
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Where can I get a ream of a4 paper cut in half from top to bottom.

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#856668 - 8th Feb 2014 12:30pm Re: Ream of a4 paper cut in half [Re: Willo_]
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Try CCS Copier seaview rd or the printer on poulton road I know the printer has a guillotine it maybe called MCW

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#856671 - 8th Feb 2014 12:52pm Re: Ream of a4 paper cut in half [Re: Willo_]
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got a guillotine that should do it if you want to borrow it and try ( may need a bit of tlc not been used for a few years) - blade about 18 inches long
Just sliced 1 a4 sheet ok


Edited by derekdwc (8th Feb 2014 12:57pm)

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#856704 - 8th Feb 2014 2:09pm Re: Ream of a4 paper cut in half [Re: derekdwc]
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Yes please Derek, that would be great.

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#857424 - 11th Feb 2014 8:52am Re: Ream of a4 paper cut in half [Re: Willo_]
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Not sure what you want this for, or how accurately you need the strips, but have you thought of buying rolls of paper designed for printing receipts and/or adding machines. I've certainly seen them about the width of half an A4 sheet in cut price stationer's shops.

I suspect they will be 100mm wide, slightly less than half the width of an A4 sheet.

Perhaps cutting these to length might pose less of a problem? Just a thought.

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#858040 - 13th Feb 2014 7:23pm Re: Ream of a4 paper cut in half [Re: Willo_]
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you can get a5 reams in staples if that helps

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#858101 - 13th Feb 2014 10:30pm Re: Ream of a4 paper cut in half [Re: Sallybear]
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Originally Posted By: Sallybear
you can get a5 reams in staples if that helps


Not really; he needs it cut in the other direction.
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#858117 - 14th Feb 2014 8:11am Re: Ream of a4 paper cut in half [Re: Willo_]
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if you drop me a line as I have a guillotine that can go it for you

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