Duplo DFC-120

Duplo DFC-120 from Chilvers Reprographics

By: Chilvers Reprographics  22/10/2010
Keywords: Print Finishing Equipment, collators, document finishing

  The DFC-120 friction collator is a bench-top friction fed collating unit which can build into a system with up to 24 stations by combining two units. The three-wheel feed system provides reliable feeding of a wide range of material, including certain coated stocks. A number of options increase the versatility of the DFC-120, including integration with the Duplo DBM-120 bookletmaker. Highlights User-friendly control panel offers several programmable settings Triple wheel feeding system provides maximum contact for flawless feeding Offers offset collating or straight according to the job Covers 160 x 140mm to 320 x 450mm formats Paper range, subject to type, covers 50-130gsm Sensors to detect empty bins, doubles and paper jams Adjustable separator and tray pressure on each bin to cope with different materials Production speed of 4,200 sets an hour Typical Applications Booklets Programmes NCR sets Manuals Product guides Product Specifications Why buy the DFC-120? For business owners Robust construction and ease of use make the DFC-120 an ideal entry level collator which can build into a complete booklet making system. The feed system provides reliable paper handling, to include some coated papers. The control unit is simple to understand and offers programmed settings for standard or repeat jobs. Linking two towers provides 24 bins for additional flexibility of finished product. Why buy? For operators Simple to follow control panel with programmable settings makes for ease of use. Bin capacity of 28mm to hold 260 sheets of 80gsm paper. Stack capacity of 78mm and automatic stop when capacity is reached enables unsupervised operation. The DFC-120 ha an adjustable feeder pressure and three wheel feed system produces a trouble-free feeding system

Keywords: collators, document finishing, Plockmatic collator, Print Finishing Equipment

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