Raymond James Financial Adds New Roll Descending Stacker
Press release from the issuing company
Burlington, MA (April 3, 2003) - Raymond James Financial, in St Petersburg, Florida, recently added Roll Systems' new descending stacker to their installed TwoUp System. The descending stacker accepts cut, slit and merged sheets from TwoUp's cutter and merger, and outputs job-separated stacks on a conveyor for easy removal.
Says Mike Tangeman, manager IT-Operations, Laser Services, "Roll has engineered a nice unit here. The new descending stacker has helped free up our operators for other tasks."
Roll's state-of-the-art descending stacker features a post-cutter buffer, to buffer sheets, not the web, thereby eliminating jams typical of stackers that allow the continuous web to form festoons while the printer is paused for stack ejection. The Roll stacker's servo-driven input nip rollers slow down sheets while maintaining control and avoid damage commonly associated with running sheets into a backstop. The Roll approach is invaluable to clients like Raymond James who depend on timely and accurate customer correspondence.
The Roll stacker comes with the company's commitment to top-notch customer service, as characterized by Roll's recently introduced Red Circle customer care program. Observed Mike Tangeman, "The installation crew did such a fantastic job I hardly noticed they were here."
For more information about Roll Systems and its products, visit the company's web site at www.rollsystems.com or call 781-229-2266.
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