COLLATION SYSTEMS

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No matter how many feeders are needed, we have low and high speed collation systems that can tackle your application and fit your budget.

Our collators can be integrated easily to any packaging or automation system with ease or can be used as a semi-automated packaging solution using either our SF or HSF series Friction Feeders.

Our FlexNET integration software allows for easy start up and eliminates mistakes and unfilled sets.

Specifications

  • Applications:

    • Sports and game cards
    • Greeting cards
    • Trading cards
    • Book binding
    • Manuals
    • Annual reports
    • Order fulfillment systems
    • Stationary/envelopes
    • Paper
    • Folders
  • Features:

    • All anodized aluminum framework
    • All stainless-steel shafting
    • Patent pending gear-driven singulating mechanism
    • Servo motor and drive
    • All permanently lubricated ball bearing journals
    • FDA-design features are standard
  • Material sizes:

    • Minimum: 2.5" W X 2.5" L (63.5 mm X 63.5 mm)
    • Maximum Length: 14” (356 mm)
    • Maximum Width: 8”/12”/16”/20”/24” (203 mm, 304 mm, 508 mm)
  • Material thicknesses:

    • .003" up to .31"* (.07mm up to 7.8mm)

    *up tp 1" (25mm available)

  • Power requirements:

    • 110V or 220V
  • Options:

    • OCR and barcode verification
    • PineNet policing software
    • Cross stacking
    • Autoloaders
    • Jogging
    • Wrapping

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