The market is migrating from offset to digital. This transition often presents new challenges to the digital printer. Traditional folding and creasing machines were not designed for digitally printed media and result in cracking at the crease, marks and scratches. We recommend that you do not use a scoring system for digital media, it will tear up the toner layer and damage the paper. The proper way to crease digital media is to use a platen-type, blade and anvil creasing method, which, unlike scoring, causes no damage to the paper substrate and produces a sharper crease without toner cracking. Be aware that many creasing and folding systems do not accurately register the paper. If the crease or fold is off by less than 1mm, the job may be ruined. Make sure that the machine has a fixed alignment guide. Adjustable alignment guides that need to be moved or have bolts on both ends are easily misaligned. These systems are easy to spot, they often have two ruler guides. Count sets the standard in digital print finishing with a full product line of creasers and numbering machines, from manual to electric to automatic. Count's new iCrease system utilises a rotary actuated compression crease for the perfect crease every time without digital toner cracking. If the quality of your output is important, rely on Count for the best finishing results!
The EZCreaser Touch R1 from Count Machinery offers extremely accurate creasing with one-touch automatic set up options and intuitive touchscreen controls. With the ability to both crease and perforate, the EZ Crease Touch gives you the versatility you need. Micro-lateral adjustments offer extreme accuracy, so you can rest easy knowing your jobs will be finished professionally and cleanly. Batch and total counters, as well as 'last job' memory keep you organized while the ability to add an inline paper folder (not included) or inline transport unit to the Countcoat UV coater (not included) offer even more capabilities for versatility.
One-touch automatic setup and easy-to-follow touchscreen controls that include several preset sizes (including perfect bind soft cover books) make this machine one of the easiest to use in its class, so nearly anyone in the shop could use it with little training. You can also create a custom setup for any job with up to 12 actions per sheet by just setting the distance between creases or perfs. The EZCreaser has continuous feeding, which means you can set up your job and walk away with the confidence that you will have a neatly stacked and perfectly registered finished pile when you return. With perf speeds up to 12,000 sheets per hour* and crease speeds up to 4,500 sheets per hour*, you are assured the speed and efficiency you need while batch, total counters and last job memory gives you an overview of your job and make it easy to keep track of the status. A special rotary actuated matrix compression creasing system offers the sharpest of creases, without the cracking associated with traditional scoring, making it perfect for digital and offset full-colour prints or fragile and speciality paper stocks. Operating at a noise level less than other machines in the same class, the quieter operation means this machine can be placed in a workroom in an office without disrupting the staff. Buy the Count EZCreaser Touch R1 creasing and perforating machine online from Postroom and start increasing production today.
|Crease / Perforate:||Both|
|Crease Action:||Bar Guillotine|
|Feed Type:||Automatic Friction|
|Perforation Holes:||9 per inch (others available)|
|Paper Size:||Common Sizes - A5 / A4 / A3 / SRA3|
|Sheets Per Hour:||Perforating - 12,000, Creasing - 4,500 Sheets Per Hour|
|Paper Thickness:||60gsm to 325gsm|
|Dimensions W x D x H (mm):||1320 x 762 x 609|
|Special Features 1:||Touch Screen Control|
|Special Features 2:||Ideal for Digital Print|
|Extended Warranty Maintenance Available:||Technician Installation Included. Extended Service Available|