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Kluge OmniFold 3000 Series Automatic Folding and Gluing System

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

St. Croix Falls, WI - The Kluge OmniFold 3000 Automatic Folding and Gluing System is a fully modular converting system designed to fulfill today's needs and grow to meet the future demands of commercial printers, packaging manufacturers, and direct mail manufacturers.
 
Built to maximize converting capabilities while minimizing set-up time, the OmniFold includes features that bring productivity and innovation to a new level. These features include: synchronized touch-screen controls, interchangeable feeding units, modular alignment system, modular pre-break device, interchangeable bearing bed transports and interchangeable vacuum transports. The OmniFold also delivers the quality and rugged reliability you've come to expect from Kluge.
 
Here is what a Kluge customer says about the OmniFold 3000:
 
"Our Kluge plays a big part in our plan to service the growing folding carton market. Our customers have motivated us to grow in this area and offer crash lock bottom boxes, tuck bottom boxes, and other sophisticated folding and gluing applications. Kluge's modular design lets us add components as the need occurs." - Todd Pemberton / C&D Printing
 
Configuration Examples:
 
OmniFold 3000 short configuration for converting boxes, sleeves and other straightline products, but easily changed to be able to do other jobs as well. This configuration includes Friction Feeder in the Docking Station, an IL6 converting table and a stacker.
 
OmniFold 3000 configured for converting cartons and boxes with a friction feeder in the docking station, and IL3 converting table, IL6 converting table and a compression stacker for delivery. An optional Fold Hook kit is available for converting auto-lock bottom boxes.
 
 

 

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