We have a DC-616 Pro, not sure what the difference would be but we use ours for 13'x19" 24 up sheets. The limitation is it can only do 2 gutter slits and the two side slits (6 total). 21 up on SRA3 should be just fine, I think the minimum side slit distance is 5mm off the top of my head.
Absolutely love it. Before we purchased it we were doing all our business card cutting on a guillotine which was so labour intensive. It's to the point now where I can't imagine functioning without it, if I could go back I would have gotten the 645 though for it's added features.
If the bc's are full bleed, you cannot do that on a 615...it would require two passes. The 616, pro or standard, both can do full bleed business cards in a single pass. Another upgrade from the 615 Pro to the 616 Pro is the ability to start/stop the machine from your computer. On the 615, you have to go over to the machine.
Thanks both for your answer about the 615 vs 616. If I am correct the 645 has got the same issue, would require two passes. So only solution would be or the 616 (pro) or the 646, is that correct? Thanks again.
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