Material handling tools (accessories for your postal tools) can make or break your ability to handle certain tasks. Tools like feeders, bump-turns, turnover devices and material transport tools allow you to move from a simple print job to a complex print / insert / verify / mail job for which more and more customers are calling. This support has support for large equipment such as inkjet systems, tip-on systems and other binding and mailing tools. Such accessories can be added to your existing equipment for extra accessories from Team systems. Here’s a look at some of the new accessories and our evaluation of how they work.
This friction feeder gives a new spin on the traditional friction feeder. The movable back table means you can change how much exposure material you get on the rubber strap. Use small amount for small documents or large amount for large documents. Multi-surface separators allow you to choose a smooth separate surface for simple tasks or a more flexible surface for a stack of media that will not separate well. The divider and belt are spread throughout the feeder to prevent spread. It’s also easy to work on. The entire belt and shaft assembly can be removed to replace the belt … not to mention using a durable motor.
This feeder combines the best of both worlds in a single unit. Friction feeds for almost any material, but the wide belt has vacuumed holes and a compressor that moves your material easily and without erosion. Like the new model, this one can also adjust the contact of the belt from the manufacturer.
200RT Document Turnover Unit – When you need to print both sides of a document, one turnover unit can streamline the whole process, cutting labor in half. Conventional “twist-belt” separators have difficulty keeping the medium stable at high speeds. The 200RT handles any pieces (even large sheets) without problems. We found this turnover unit almost inevitable when duplexing variable matching data.
It has created the perfect solution for anyone who wants to fold media into another piece of mailing equipment (such as inkjet printers, tabbing machines or tip-on units) and then run it seamlessly. The unit works well. And surprisingly affordable. It can reduce labor costs by almost half, so it pays for it quickly as it combines processes.
Direct mail equipment and material handling equipment are becoming increasingly important in the packaging industry. It adopts a traditional approach to its machines: find out how to run jobs faster and more easily and then come up with a solution. The tools manufactured at the Team Systems get two toes up.
Material handling is one of the most important parts of a business. It is actually described as the movement, relocation, or storage of a particular feature in a large workspace. Typically, the process involves very heavy loads, so there is a need to rely on new or used material handling equipment from the Team Systems team.
When choosing a material handling equipment used for a company, one should be able to understand the range where an item falls. There are different classes depending on the content handling needs of a particular professional organization. Take a look at some of the most common.