Print 01 Show Debut For High Volume System, AB Dick Envelope Feeded
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO, IL -- Finding new ways to accommodate printers by living up to their "Everything You Need to Succeed" motto, A.B.Dick Company is adding a new post-press system to its balanced line of equipment. The new Multi-Flo envelope feeder will have its first audience (booth#3329) at the Print 01 show, September 6-13 in Chicago.
"The Multi-Flo envelope feeder is the perfect system to use with our new QP25 offset press, but it also works with other models because it has no mechanical or electrical hook-ups," said Product Planning Manager Dennis James. "It is the perfect fit for anyone with high volume envelope applications. The Multi-Flo has tremendous versatility and speed, and it also comes with an outstanding parts warranty."
Designed with productivity in mind, the Multi-Flo feeder can be connected to many different press models and types. Since it does not have any mechanical or electrical hook-ups, it is compatible with all A.B.Dick models, plus those of other manufacturers such as Adast, Hamada, Komori, Ryobi, Shinohara and Toko.
Easy to use and operate, the Multi-Flo handles sheet sizes ranging from 10" by 13" to 3 1/2" by 5 1/2", and feeds at speeds up to 15,000 impressions per hour. It provides continuous feeding of different types and all sizes of envelopes, holding up to 500 in the feeder. A five foot variable speed conveyor allows for better envelope stacking and easy un-loading. With adjustable hydraulic height control, it moves from press to press easily. The unit also operates at the speed of the press automatically without manual adjustment.
The Multi-Flo envelope feeder system sells for $5,400 and comes with an eight year warranty on all parts. Production began in early July, so delivery and installation are immediate after the show.
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