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Pitney Bowes Demos Enhancements to FlowMaster RS Inserter at Graph Expo

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

STAMFORD, Conn., Oct. 16 -- Today, Pitney Bowes announced new enhancements to the high-speed FlowMaster RS inserter. The new features deliver increased flexibility and productivity as well as improved serviceability. Pitney Bowes will demonstrate the system with a number of leading-edge mailstream solutions at Graph Expo and Converting Expo, America's number one printing and graphics communications event, held in Chicago, IL, October 15-18, 2006. Pitney Bowes is located at Booth 2063. This new solution for the growing direct mail market is equipped with servo-powered rotary feeders. The FlowMaster RS inserter will be integrated with the Flexible Bindery Interface processing a folded, one-page personalized direct mail application. In addition, the system will demonstrate variable, high-definition graphics and text printed on the envelope in real time. Enhancements include: -- Modular operator-replaceable feeders -- Proven rotary feed technology -- 16K cycle rate for letter applications -- Tamping deck for insert preparation -- Visual setup markers -- Teflon coated paper path Standard FlowMaster RS features include: -- High-capacity envelope hopper -- High-capacity friction feeders -- In-line insertion -- 9K cycle rate for flats application -- Simple letter to flats changeover -- Industry-accepted PLC operating system "Our clients have asked for consistent productivity, increased flexibility and reduced operational costs," said Clint Dally, Vice President, Product Line Management for Pitney Bowes Document Management Technologies. "These enhancements to the FlowMaster RS inserter deliver the speed, adaptability and efficiencies mail operators demand today."




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