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Viking Martin Miller

  • Phone: 1-800-722-9915
  • One Taylor Drive • Killbuck, Ohio 44637

Viking HP40

Benefits:
• Virtually “dust free” cutting
• Outstanding bendability
• Super tough 61HRC edge lasts longer
• Very tight tolerance guarantees consistent
uniform height, width, and straightness
Available in standard 54 or 42 degree bevel

Viking HP34

Benefits:
• High wear resistant edge offers long cut
• High frequency edge hardening
• Outstanding bendability
• Very tight tolerance guarantees consistent
uniform height, width, and straightness
Available in standard 54 or 42 degree bevel

Viking MM44

Benefits:
• Consistent performance in bending and cutting
• Excellent all-purpose rule
• Very tight tolerance guarantees consistent
uniform height, width, and straightness
Available in standard 54 or 42 degree bevel

Viking G44-HP

Benefits:
• Virtually “dust free” cutting
• Extremely durable for tight radius bends
• Superior wear resistance in 61 HRC edge
• Very tight tolerance guarantees consistent
uniform height, width, and straightness
Available in 54 degree bevel (Others available
upon request)

Viking Creasing Rules


Regular Crease



Heavy Top Crease



Benefits:
• Precise centricity
• Highly durable and wear resistant
• Extremely smooth crease head surface
• 218+ years of cold rolling steel experience
assures you the highest quality and
consistency in a creasing rule

Viking Cutting Bevels



Standard Center
Bevel-A

Used for conventional even pressure die cutting. Used most paperboard applications.

Long “Center
Double” Bevel-AA

Reduces cutting force needed when cutting hard and/or thick materials. Saves edges of paperboard and avoids nick tears

Side Bevel-B

For cutting inside shapes and tight fit locations. Counter bevel facilitates a right angled, straight cut.

Long “Side
Double” Bevel-BB

Reduces force to cut thicker materials. Material being cut is left with a square cut edge and all distortion is left on the waste material.