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    Three-Knife Trimmer

    In binding and finishing, a type of cutting device (similar to a guillotine cutter) comprising three knives, two parallel knives and one right-angle knife, used to trim three sides of a bound book simultaneously. Three-knife trimmers are commonly automatically operating devices, and are located at the end of a binding line. See Binding and Finishing.

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