TAC is capable of accommodating the collation of large format (up to A2 size) forms and calendars printed on a variety of paper from the very light poor quality to heavy coated and textured sheets. Even when collating the largest sheet sizes, it is possible to achieve up to 3,200 sets per hour from a single tower. Speeds are electronically variable to accommodating even the most difficult papers with ease.
Horizon’s highly advanced sensor and electronic controls make for adjustment-free, easy operation. Presetting of the number of completed sets per grouping, the total count, as well as placement of the front and back covers allows for flexibility or programming.
The high capacity feed stations provide maximum production in between re-loads. Accurate feeding is maintained by the easy accessible paper feed controls. Each bin raises automatically to the correct height according to the quality and weight of paper being used. Ruffling and top sheet separation air are easily adjusted at each station to insure smooth feeding of even the most difficult stocks. Absolutely no tools are required.
This tray was designed specifically to handle difficultto-align papers such as NCR paper, or those sheets with spot carbon. In order to assure a perfectly aligned stack of collated sets, the jogger, run by an independent motor, vibrates the sets into place. The tray also descends automatically as it receives the collated sets. To reset the jogger receiving tray and continue operation, simply push the foot pedal.
This tray automatically swings 30 degrees after delivery of each collated sequence, making it the perfect tray for jobs such as multi-page booklets. The receiving guides may be adjusted according to the scales provided, allowing for exact receipt of the collated sets. The tray descends automatically as its delivered pile increases. Maximum paper size for this tray is 470 mm x 318 mm (18.5” x 12.5”).