Rotary trimmers differ from paper guillotines
in that they use a rotary blade mounted on a horizontal bar to cut through the paper. Whilst rotary trimmers are not quite as ‘industrial’ as guillotines, some can still cut up to 35 sheets of 80gsm paper in one cut, and more importantly, whilst guillotines cut up to A3, rotary trimmers can cut paper up to A1 in size.
Like guillotines, most come with pre-printed measurements in both metric and imperial on the cutting board to ensure precise and consistent cutting. Rotary paper trimmers are ideal if space is limited as they tend to more compact and certainly weigh less than guillotines.