PCB cutting muchines

EasyCut 100

PCB N 100 Nibbler – Stegtrenner

The N 100 PCB Nibbler for routed Printed Circuit Cards is ideal for low to medium volume production or as back up for your expensive capital equipment.

The NIBBLER SINGULATION TOOL separates routed PCBs carefully and economically. With a pneumatic operating tool, the strips are separated without any residues and the PCB is cut out. The PCB is led with the milled slot over the cutting tool. The strip is moved under the cutting knife and by pressing the foot valve the strips are separated. The cut tabs are accumulated inside the Nibbler and can be discarded at operator’s convenience.


Technical data

170 mm
114 mm
114 mm

Weight: 3 kg
Compressed Air: 6 – 8 bar
Thickness PCB: max. 2,5 mm
Width of knives: 1,5 mm
2,3 mm
3,0 mm
Other knives are also available


EasyCut 300
EasyCut 300 M
Manual or Motorized PCB Depanelizer 

For Boards up to 300 mm length

Manual and Motorized Circular BladeDepanelizer The EasyCut300M has two operating speeds where the lower blade is powered and pulls the PCB panel between the two blades for singulating the panels. The PCB is fed up to the blades by hand and then independently transported between the blades and separated. Pictured on the front page is the EasyCut300M with two tables. Both the EasyCut300 and EasyCut300M depanelizers will separate PCBs of up to 13“ in length.


EasyCut 450
Manual Circular/Linear Blade Depanelizer For
PCB´s up to 450 mm length

Manual Circular/Linear Blade Depanelizer Both large and small PCB’s can be separated in an economically viable manner by LINEAR BLADE PCB DEPANELIZERS. The PCB is laid onto the linear blade with the edge of the blade located into the scored groove in the PCB. Passing the blade across the PCB will separate it into individual units. The scored grooves can be interrupted by any number of cut-outs. The EasyCut450 shown on the front page is hand operated.


Technical data    
Dimension:   431 mm 685 mm 304 mm
Weight:   25 kg
Thickness PCB:   1,0 mm – 3,2 mm
RNicked channel   0,3 mm – 0,8 mm
Angle of nicked channel:   25° bis 30°


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