Roll Docusheeters Installed At Xerox Business Services Center
Press release from the issuing company
Burlington, MA, USA (25 February 2004) - Xerox Business Services has installed five Roll Systems DocuSheeter(tm) DP roll feed systems on Xerox DocuPrint 180 and 4635 high-speed digital printers in their print center at Danfoss (the global manufacturer of refrigeration, heating, and industrial controls solutions) in Gråsten, Denmark. XBS Danfoss is using the DocuPrints and DocuSheeters to produce just-in-time operator and service manuals for Danfoss Grasten's frequency controller product line. Each printed manual is then perfect-bound and brought together with the Danfoss product as it ships, in a completely automated process with no human intervention.
DocuSheeter DP automatically produces cut sheets from large rolls and feeds single sheets on demand, to provide hours of uninterrupted roll feeding for XBS's DocuPrint printers while reducing paper costs and labor requirements. Hole punch and running micro-perforator options are available for in-line converting to further reduce paper costs.
"We knew we had to roll feed our DocuPrints because of the printer productivity and labor productivity advantages over standard ream feeding. We chose Roll's DocuSheeter after a short trial, because of its operator-friendliness. Loading rolls and threading paper through the system is quick and easy, minimizing printer downtime. Plus, DocuSheeter doesn't take up too much space in our print room," said Ole Buus, director of XBS-Nordic.
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