My company is interested in purchasing a tabber that will specifically attach a label that is 3.375 x 3.125 to a 24pt Card that is 3.375 x 4.375 and needs to do around 15,000 tabs per hour. Please send me any info and pricing you can offer.
It’s commonly known that U.S. Postal Service regulations change on a frequent basis. A significant change in the office equipment industry came about recently thanks to the Post Office’s new self-mailer requirements. The regulations made several existing tabbing machines obsolete overnight. Fortunately, the new Formax FD 260 Tabbing Machine solves this mailing dilemma. The unit easily adapts to ever-changing USPS tabbing regulations. It delivers a high-speed tabbing solution for most self-mailer needs.
The machine is capable of tabbing up to 15,000 mail pieces per hour. The FD 260 will also process a variety of mail tabbing materials including clear and translucent plastic and paper. I’m assuming your supplied tab measurements are in centimeters. Those should work just fine on the FD 260. The tab sizes that you can use on this machine may range from one inch to 1-1/2 inches in diameter. You may also run paper up to 1/4-inch thick through the machine, whether it is coated or uncoated stock. The FD 260 mail tabbing machine currently sells for $3,449.
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