Horizon’s unique rotary suction feeding system operates effectively on a wide range of paper stocks. The VAC-1000 towers can also be placed in-line with Horizon bookletmaking systems.
A large color touchscreen is icon-based for user-friendly operation. The graphical screen guides the user through all set-up procedures with ease.
Frequently operated buttons are arranged on a wireless remote control, which is included as standard. The remote provides for collating speed adjustment and start/stop/jog operation, and lets you monitor the feeding or delivering condition.
High-intensity infrared LED’s are employed at each bin for double feed detection. These long-lasting LED’s save the time and cost of replacing individual lamps.
The new Horizon blower is 33% more powerful than conventional collator blowers. Vacuum air and blower air can be individually adjusted for a wide range of paper qualities and sizes.
The VAC-1000 can be connected to existing VAC-100 * Retrofit of the VAC-100 may be necessary.
Horizon’s unique suction rotor feeding system can feed a wide variety of paper stocks. Even signatures can be fed consistently. The feed wheel employs a special, highly durable rubber for totally mark-less feeding. Feed height sensors and air blowers enable a broad range of sheets to be fed with ease.
The Horizon StitchLiner5500 is an innovative saddle-stitching system which incorporates flat sheet collating, scoring, folding, stitching and three-knife trimming in line. Folding is performed in-line to simplify the saddle-stitching workflow and improve operational efficiency. With high productivity and quick-changeover, the StitchLiner5500 is ideal for short, medium and long production runs.
Bookletmaking System SPF-200A+FC-200A: High performance in-line bookletmaking system with collating, stitching, folding and fore-edge trimming. All necessary settings can be performed automatically through the touchscreen display.
High-speed Offline Feeder HOF-400: Digital Prints piled up on the sheet feed station are reliably transported to the bookletmaker. A standard mark sensor enables variable sheet count documents to be handled with integrity and verification. The system feeds at a speed of 25,000 sheets (A3) per hour.