Standard Premiers Automated Afc-546Akt Floor-Model Folder
Press release from the issuing company
(Andover, Massachusetts) – At On Demand, March 8th – 10th in New York City, Standard Finishing Systems will launch the new Standard Horizon AFC-546AKT Floor Model Folder. Designed for commercial printers, in-plant printers, and binderies, the AFC-546AKT includes advanced set-up automation through a user-friendly color touch-screen control panel that displays fold formats and sheet sizes for easy selection.
Up to one hundred different job settings can be stored in memory, and automated set-up can be accomplished in as little as 14 seconds. Precise stepper motors drive end stops and fold plates to the exact location for the sheet size and fold style selected, 17 pre-set fold styles are featured. The AFC-546AKT is equipped with 6 fold plates, which allows for a wide variety of folding in a minimum amount of floor space. The AFC-546AKT can handle a wide range of papers up to a maximum sheet length of 43.3”, at speeds up to 35,000 sheets per hour.
According to David Reny, vice president, managing director, Standard Finishing Systems, “The AFC-546AKT folder demonstrates Horizon’s continuing strategy to bring productivity, performance, and advanced automation to new areas of the bindery. Horizon has combined their expertise in precision engineering with a powerful, user-friendly interface; once again demonstrating their engineering leadership in folding.”
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