DS-200 Folder Inserter
Extremely Versatile, Productive and Easy to Use
Complements a production mail environment with rapid processing and the ability to manage specialist jobs that would disrupt volume processing. Handles a wide variety of inserts including C4, booklets and even CDs.
You can also create an integrated high volume mailing process by using insert'n'frank to connect DS-200 to Neopost IS-5000 or 6000 franking machines.
By integrating envelope filling and franking into a sealess process using insert'n'frank and conveyors, filled envelopes from the folder inserter are turned for correct alignment and then transported for processing by the franking machine.
Benefits of the insert'n'frank solution include:
- No need to manually transfer envelopes between machines
- Flexibility to support different mailroom designs
- Access additional Royal Mail dicsounts up to 23.5% for correctly formatted batches (Business Mail 1 and 2)
- Modular design allows for easy upgradability as needs change
- Modular design allows specification to precise customer requirements through 8 folder/feeder modules and 11 flexible feed stations
- Easy to use with large PC controlled touch screen monitor, unlimited job memory, intuitive display and job set up wizard
- Fast, automated job change - simply select job, load documents and you're ready to run in minutes
- High capacity and cascading feeders, fast accumulation and on-the-fly loading for maximum uptime
- Fills up to 4800 envelopes per hour
- Accessibility, cleaning and adjusting has been designed with the operator in mind
- Sophisticated content integrity - can read OMR 1 and 2 tracks, 1D barcodes, 2D Datamatrix
- Optional Integrity Checking Software ensures 100% accurate mail processing
- Scanning capability allows full flexibility on mark location
- Manages full data logging of documents
Networking allows onboard machine info to be accessed remotely
- Flexible content management allows very targeted communications
- Collates and assembles all documents before folding so on opening all the documents are presented together and in the right order