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Get unprecedented reliability for high performance stacking from webfed digital printers. Supporting printer speeds up to 600 feet per minute, the Stacker s30 is an ideal solution for printers who want to be well positioned, ensuring speed compatibility with both monochrome and color printers for today and tomorrow.
Effortlessly produce print on demand applications as 1-up, 2-up or 3-up stacks ready for near‑line binding. For statements or TransPromo applications, create 2-up merged stacks from pinfed or pinless paper. The integrated stacking buffer keeps throughput at maximum levels.
Featuring our new Smooth‑Web™ motion technology, the Stacker s30 reliably supports a broad range of media without sacrificing production speed. Once the web is cut by the Cutter c20 or c23, sheets enter the streaming section of the Stacker s30 where they are gently decelerated. In addition, each stream is precisely aligned and separated with sheets gliding smoothly onto the stack. This patent pending design maximizes control of the sheets and enables use of a wide range of media at high speeds. Perfect document quality is maintained by minimizing contact with the printed surface and preventing damage to the paper’s sensitive edges.
The Stacker s30 builds up to 10”-tall stacks of sheets and has an integrated buffer for non-stop deliveries. Each job can be delivered to the conveyor one at a time, individually offset within the stack or delivered when the operator-programmed stack height is reached. Stacks created with the Stacker s30 are neat and well-spaced apart.
An intuitive, touchscreen control panel and ergonomic design make operator adjustments quick and easy. Non‑data sheets can be automatically diverted to the waste bin or separated on the conveyor.
|Dimensions||773 x 1146 x 1187 mm|
180 m/min ≈ 600 ft/min
Pinfed or Pinless
10.5# bond 140# index. 40 – 250 gsm (paper dependent, above 200 gsm requires application review)
140 – 520 mm ≈ 5.5″ – 20.5″
90 – 457 mm / 3.5 – 18 in
250 mm ≈ 10″ ≈ 2000 sheets
15 mm ≈ 0.6″