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Roll to stack solution with WM8

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The paper web provided by the unwinding unit (offline) or the printer via the web buffer WB8 (for Inline applications) is pulled in by the web merger WM8 and cut in the center. The edges can be trimmed simultaneously. Waste produced during the edge trimming is collected by a funnel and removed by means of an external waste exhauster. After that, the two web halves are placed on top of one another in the merger and fed to the cross cutter. The web halves can be merged left under right or right under left.

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All technical data subject to change.

Technical specifications

Max. roll diameter 54" (1370 mm)
Web width 16" – 22.5" (406 – 571 mm)
Production speed up to 590 ft/min (180 m/min)
Paper weights 60 – 130 g/m2
Stack height up to 10" (250 mm)
Variable chip-out 1/4" – 2" (6.35 – 50.8 mm)
Format length 5" – 19" (127 – 482 mm)
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Merging process   

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Web-Cleaning Solution

The web de-dusting module PEM removes the dust from the paper webs. The PEM has two de-dusting heads for cleaning both sides of the paper web in continuous operation. get more information

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Dynamic vertical and cross perforator DP8

The dynamic perforating module DP8 can be used to create variable longitudinal and cross perforations.

 

 

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Full Bleed products

The combination of longitudinal and cross cut-out (module CS8) allows the user to produce full-bleed products.

 

 

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Stack & Sheet (Combo delivery)

The Bypass unit allows quick and easy diverting of the output to the inline saddle-stitching system or to the conveyor belt for stacked book blocks.

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Stacker LS8-30

Up to 30" sheet stacks with the LS8-30 Stacker. Also compatible with sheet overpass.

 

Downloads

  • Digital Print Finishing brochure (en)

    New brochure for Hunkeler products. 28 pages information about solutions for Transactional, Transpromo, Direct Mail, Books, Brochures, Newspaper, Security Print, Control Platform and Special applications.


    PDF | 9.5 MB | 2019-04-01