A 56/76

 
 
Flexibility, compactness and functionality.

Functional, mobile stream delivery with two working widths – thanks to the low marking risk ideal for sensitive and freshly printed products. Especially suited for small print runs because of the relatively short delivery. Due to their compact construction, the deliveries A 56 and 76 are extremely space-saving and may be very flexibly applied after each folding unit.

 

The flexibility in the application of the A 56/76, however, not only shows in its compact construction, but also in the adaptability of the deliveries to the operator and the production line: the loading table is height-adjustable, the infeed table may be adjusted to both height and inclination. This delivery type forms a pile after the shingle and the batches for the formation of pre-counted packages are marked by either interrupting the sheet infeed or by accelerating the delivery. In general, both models are equipped for two-up production and may be extended optionally to running three or, in the case of A 76, four-ups. The „NAVIGATOR Control“ extension guarantees a continuous stream of shingles which ensures that the shingle is not interrupted in case of a stop of the folding machine.

 
Benefits
  • Compact construction for optimal
    use of space
  • Low marking risk for sensitive, freshly printed sheets
  • Flexible application thanks to the adaptability of infeed and loading table

  • Formation of piles after the shingle facilitates loading/removal
  • Equipment for two-up production may be extended to three-up or even four-up production
 
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