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W+D Mail Solutions at Graph Expo

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

The W+D mail solutions range enables commercial printers handling direct mail work to offer marketers a more effective alternative to personalized electronic mailing.  North American printers are currently seeing four key products from this range exhibited at Graph Expo 2012 (Booth 3601).

W+D TIMOS (Totally Integrated Mail Output Solution)
Launched at drupa 2012, W+D TIMOS is a mail output solution that delivers envelope manufacturing, individual printing and inserting all in one pass, enveloped-on-the-fly. Being presented at Graph Expo via a video presentation, it can operate at 15,000 units (TIMails) an hour and offers 4-color, full-face, front and reserved digital printing for individualization and personalization. It can produce envelope formats from #7, 9x12, with inserts up to 0.3" in thickness.  It reduces the time it takes from initial concept to mailbox from about three weeks to one week, enabling commercial printers to offer marketers a time-efficient and highly-effective alternative to personalized electronic mailing.

W+D 234 d

The W+D 234 d is a robust, industrial grade, high speed four-color (CYMK) inkjet envelope overprint press that can run up to speeds of up to 30,000 envelopes per hour. It has a print resolution up to 600 x 600 dpi and 4 grey levels (equivalent to 1000 dpi). It supports a maximum print width of 8" and a range of input file types, such as PDF, TIF, JPG, BMP, PS and EPS, as well as variable data (csv-files) and graphics, and all common barcodes and 2D tags.  The operator can use the RIP on-the-fly for quick, efficient, full-color personalized printed mail.

W+D BB700

The W+D BB700 is the fastest device in the company's inserting product line. Processing formats of 5"x7" up to 10"x13" and inserted products up to 0.6" in thickness at 16,000 cycles per hour, it's ideal for the transactional print market, delivering reliable, versatile and secure insertion. An intelligent control system and servo drive enables high output production, offering automated error handling and on-the-fly adjustments. Low maintenance and servicing costs make it an appealing investment.

W+D 320

Also being shown via video presentation is the W+D 320. Aimed at commercial printers, direct mailers and on-line print and envelope distribution companies this flexible, envelope converting machine is a high-quality envelope production device that is capable of in-line cutting, foil patching, scoring and perforating envelopes for short-runs at speeds of up to  21,000 envelopes per hour. Easy to use with remoisten able, self-seal and pressure sensitive (hot melt) gums, it can handle a range of diverse jobs on demand. Its short footprint saves space, making it an ideal solution for efficient in-line envelope production.


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