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Kern Launches New Cutting System

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Grove City, Ohio, - Kern, a global leader in high-speed, end-to-end production mail solutions is pleased to announce today the launch of the Kern 172s Cutting System.

The K172s cutting system delivers high speed output, superior versatility, form flexibility, sophisticated electronic system control, and an intuitive user interface and easy operation.  With the ability to process up to 72,000 cut sheets per hour (11" forms), the K172s Cutting System will increase production speeds and decrease downtime when used in-line with an inserting system or offline with other document finishing systems.

Delivering unmatchable durability and accuracy, the K172s is driven by the latest servo technology and PC controls.  Two separate servo motors drive the feed mechanism and the cross cut knife.  Controlled via a 6.5 inch color touch screen, application selection, speed adjustments and counter functions are all accessed through the cutter's touch screen interface.

The K172s combines perfectly with Kern Unwinders, Cut-sheet Stackers, and can be used as a direct input into an inserting system.  Backed by Kern's Customer Success Guarantee, the K172s couples speed and document integrity, ensuring unrivaled production output for 10 years.

The K172s will be a featured product in the Kern booth at myPrint 09 in Chicago, Illinois.  Kern is located in the Mailing and Fulfillment Pavilion in the North Hall, booth 7719.  For more information about the K172s Cutting System or to request an appointment at Print 09; email info@kerninc.com or visit us online at www.kerncan.com.

 

 

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