Kudo Ace MJ Jogger with Sheet Separation Air Blast to Be Demonstrated by LDR
Press release from the issuing company
PORTLAND, OR - September 6, 2001 -- LDR International will be demonstrating the new Kudo Ace MJ Jogger with sheet separation air blast at booth 4520 at Print '01 in Chicago September 6-13, 2001.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a major problem in the printing industry, particularly prevalent in the finishing department. Manually "fanning" stock to add air for easier jogging is a common cause. The new Kudo Ace MJ Jogger can reduce incidents of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome dramatically. Its unique feature of sheet separation air blast allows the operator to build a lift with very little need to "fan" the stock before placing it
on the jogger.
The Kudo Ace MJ joggers have been re-engineered with a stronger air expulsion roller that can be programmed to roll out one or two times after the lift has been built. With the touch of a button, the operator can also expel air from the lift as many times as needed while building the lift. This is particularly useful when jogging very light stock.
All Kudo Ace MJ Joggers come standard with a stainless steel top. They also feature unique "drop down" side guides for a more compact floor plan. The computerized controller makes programming quick and easy. The operator can tilt left or side -- two different tilt angles each way, clockwise or counterclockwise vibration movement with almost infinite control over the amount of vibration. Precise jogging of any stock, from
the lightest to the heaviest, can be done quickly and easily.
Adding a jogger to a paper cutter is the quickest and most cost effective way to double the production of a cutting department.
Print '01 is the largest, most comprehensive trade show in the world this year for graphic design, digital prepress, printing, publishing, and converting technology. The show will be held at McCormick Place Complex in Chicago, IL, from September 6-13, 2001.
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