One of the most robust and versatile inserters, capable of enclosing into envelopes from C6 up to C4 and 220 square. It is configured with 4 rotary feeders on an 8 station bed. A popular configuration of the BB300 is to have six rotary feeders, complimented by a Sure-Feed SE1200 friction feeder. It cycles at 8,000 per hour and will enclose at up to 7,000 packs per hour.
This inserter will enclose into envelopes ranging from DL up to C4 and at speeds up to 5,500 packs per hour. It incorporates a shuttle-fed envelope feeder, which enables a greater number of envelopes to be stacked into the hopper.
This inserter has been fully rebuilt to include a touch screen control panel and safety light curtains, replacing the original perspex covers. A unique feature of the Mailcrafters is the swing-arm envelope feeder, which enables ease of setup.
This inserter will enclose into envelopes ranging from C6 to C5, at speeds up to 6,000 packs per hour. It is enclosing an item which has been folded to DL, along with an A6 card into DL envelope.
This inserter will enclose into envelope sizes from C6 up to C5 and will achieve output speeds of up to 6,000 packs per hour as can be seen from the video.
This is an inline feeder folder device that can be integrated with an inserter whether it is swing arm, rotary or friction fed. It will feed an A4 sheet and fold it to either C5 or roll fold to DL and synchronises with the host inserter at speeds up to 14,000 sheets per hour.
The Feedline 14 is designed to operate with a variety of envelope enclosing machines, which can be a swing arm, rotary or friction fed devices. It can be seen here online to a swing arm envelope inserter running at 9,000 packs per hour.
This feeder is designed to work on C5 swing-arm inserting machine. It provides the flexibility to feed booklets, rigid items, open edged and ‘Z’ folded items.
The Sure-Feed SE1200 EI is available for C4 applications.
This device automates the sealing process of envelopes, from DL to C4, that have been manually enclosed. It is capable of sealing at up to 18,000 envelopes per hour.
A demonstration of the feeder feeding a single item on demand
Demonstrating the feeder feeding in batches of four items at a time, at normal speed & in slow motion.
Taurus 4 Camera matching system demonstrating matching 2 x six character codes. The system comprises of a “Run” screen plus a“Camera Setup” screen for each camera.
Taurus 4 camera matching system demonstrating reading some of the most commonly used fonts in a variety of point sizes. It also demonstrates data being extracted from a Mailmark code being used for matching.
The VAF is delivering intelligently collated packs onto a BB300 envelope inserter. For demonstration purposes, the machine has deliberately been slowed down. It is demonstrating the VAF intelligently accumulating varying number of A4 sheets per addressee, nest folding to A5 and being delivered to the track of a BB300. It does so by reading a 2D bar code printed on every sheet, at the rate of up to 60k per hour.
This demonstrates the VAF, running at rated speed, intelligently accumulating varying number of A4 sheets per addressee and nest folding to A5, feeding at the rate of 60k per hour.
This demonstrates the Feedline 14 feeding and folding the prime document, from A4 to A5, inline to a Buhrs BB300 inserter and then feeding a booklet from the Pegasus 320 friction feeder, along with a 3rd item to complete the mail pack.
This demonstrates the MIP reading data matrix codes through the window of every envelope. In doing so, it eliminates the risk of blank & masked envelopes and creates a database of every item with a time & date stamp, providing an audit trail of every job. At the same time, the MIP offsets an envelope at the mail break, automating the mail sort process on the output conveyor.