How to create the perfect stack

How to create the perfect stack

Overview

The Nipson Technology Stacker ST20 complements the basic model of our DIGIFlex, allowing you to take maximum advantage of its unique capabilities.

Integration
The Nipson Technology Stacker ST20 can be easily integrated in any existing environment. It can be placed in-line or at a 90 degree angle, and it can be easily removed to make room for other post-processing equipment.

Flexibility
The stacker can accept a wide range of formats - up to 20.5 inches wide and up to 17 inches long – and a large variety of media such as carbonless paper, pressure sensitive labels, and heavy stock, all at the maximum printing speed.

Productivity
To ensure excellent stacking results and smooth operation, even at high speeds, the Nipson Technology Stacker ST20 is equipped with a motorized swing arm to guide the paper in the stacker. To add to the productivity, it has been designed with ergonomics in mind. This is why a swinging tray delivers the output stack at the operator’s height, reducing operator fatigue and discomfort.

 

Technical data

  ST20
PAPER  
Fanfold  
Paper width 6.5 to 20.5 inches
Paper length 6 to 17 inches
Paper weight 16 lb to 264 lb (70 to 120 gsm)
SPEED  
Speed From 0 to 295 feet per minute
PAPER OUTPUT  
Maximum paper height 14" with 6" to 13.5" paper (about 3,500 sheets, 24 lb)
  11" with 13.5" to 17" paper (about 2,800 sheets, 24 lb)
Tray height in output position Adjustable from 10 to 27 inches
Tray repositioning for operation Automatic
PROCESS MANAGEMENT  
Speed regulated by printer and photo cells
ALARM  
Alarm Sound buzzer + Flash
MAIN POWER  
Voltage 120 V - 230 V - 50 Hz, 120 V - 60 Hz
Frequency 230 V/50  Hz- 120 V/60 Hz
Power consumption 220 VA
NOISE LEVEL IN OPERATION  
Noise Less than 70 Db
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS  
Height 56 inches (1420 mm)
Width 26 - 49 inches (650/1250 mm)
Length 35 inches (880 mm)
Weight 426 lb (193 kg)

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