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Formax FD 90 Rotary Perforating and Creasing Machine
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Formax FD 90 Rotary Perforating and Creasing Machine

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Formax FD 90 Rotary Perforating and Creasing Machine

Part #: FD90
Brand: Formax
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ProductDescription

The Formax FD 90 Rotary Perforating and Creasing Machine is specially designed for finishing printed sheets, up to 13.8" x 19". Its three-tire friction feeding system reliably feeds up to 6,800 sheets per hour, and can create up to 5 parallel perforations and/or creases in a single pass. Perforating allows for easy separation of multiple printouts, tear-offs, postcards or tickets on a single sheet, while creasing allows for easy folding and reduces unsightly cracking in digital printouts. Operation is easy: simply load printed sheets on the extendable infeed table, adjust the side guides and press the power button. Sheets are fed and perforated and/or creased automatically then stacked neatly on the telescoping outfeed table. The FD 90 can easily accommodate paper weights from 55 - 180gsm. Standard set-up includes two perforating wheels, one creasing wheel and paper guides. Options include additional perforating sets, microperforating sets (17 tpi), creasing sets and guide strips to accommodate 55 - 60gsm paper. The Formax FD 90 Rotary Perforating and Creasing Machine is ideal for small print shops, on-demand and in-plant finishing applications including postcards, invitations, tear-offs, brochures, billing statements and more.

Product Details

  • Simple set-up & operation, with automatic feeding.
  • Up to 5 parallel perforations and/or creases in a single pass.
  • Standard set-up includes two perforating wheels, one creasing wheel, 2 guide strips.
  • Interchangeable perforating/creasing wheels.
  • Processes up to 6,800 sheets per hour.
  • Reliable three-tire friction feeding.
  • Telescoping infeed and outfeed tables to accommodate paper up to 13.8" x 19".
  • Adjustable side guides and fine-tuning knobs for precise positioning.
  • Processes paper weights from 55 - 180gsm.
  • Applications: Digital printing, Postcards, Tear-offs for tickets, prize drawings, Check stock, Tri-fold brochures and Billing statements with tear-off remit-to forms.

ItemSpecifications

  • Speed: Up to 6,800 per hour
  • Paper Size: Minimum: 5" W x 2.5" L (150mm x 64mm)
  • Maximum: Up to 13.8" W x 19" L (350 x 483mm)
  • Recommended Paper Weight: 55 - 180gsm (Note: 55-60gsm paper can be processed with optional guide strips)
  • Parallel Perforations Per Sheet: Up to 5 in a single pass
  • Perforating Wheel Capacity: Up to 5 (includes 2 perforating wheels and 1 creasing wheel)
  • Feed Table Capacity (Max. Stack Height): 1.18" (30mm)
  • Dimensions:
    Closed: 19.5" L x 14" W x 15" H (495 x 356 x 381mm)
    Fully extended: 43" L x 14" W x 15" H (1092 x 356 x 381mm)
  • Weight: 41 lbs. (18.5kg)
  • Power: 110V, 60Hz (30W)
  • Part Number:FD90

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Formax presents the FD 90 Perforator and Creaser. This tabletop perforator creaser is ideal for on demand digital print finishing. Perforating allows for easy separation of multiple documents, tear-offs, postcards, or tickets printed on a single sheet while creasing a printed piece allows for easy folding and reduces unsightly cracking at the fold lines. The FD 90 is specially designed to perforate and or crease sheets up to 13.8 x 19 inches using a 3-tiered friction feeding system to reliably feed up to 6,800 sheets per hour. It can easily accommodate paper weights from 55 to 180 GSM. T... Read More
Formax presents the FD 90 Perforator and Creaser. This tabletop perforator creaser is ideal for on demand digital print finishing. Perforating allows for easy separation of multiple documents, tear-offs, postcards, or tickets printed on a single sheet while creasing a printed piece allows for easy folding and reduces unsightly cracking at the fold lines. The FD 90 is specially designed to perforate and or crease sheets up to 13.8 x 19 inches using a 3-tiered friction feeding system to reliably feed up to 6,800 sheets per hour. It can easily accommodate paper weights from 55 to 180 GSM. The FD 90 comes standard with 2 perforating wheels and one creasing wheel. The wheels can be easily adjusted along the shaft to accommodate various perforating and creasing positions. Up to 5 perforating or creasing wheels can be mounted to the shafts providing up to 5 parallel perforations or creases in one pass. To set up the FD 90, begin by attaching the in-feed table. Then install the telescoping out-feed stacker and guides. To operate, simply set the perforating and or creasing wheel positions. Load printed sheets on the extendible in-feed table, adjust the side guides, and press the power button. Sheets are fed and perforate or crease the forms automatically, then stacked neatly on the telescoping out-feed table. Create three mailing inserts from one 8.5 x 11 inch sheet. Create a tear-off for prize entries or tickets. Create a folded piece with a tear-off by using a perforating and creasing wheel at the same time. The FD 90 is capable of processing 12 x 18 inch sheets thanks to the extendible in-feed table and telescoping out-feed stacker tray. In addition, optional microperforating wheels are available for finer perforations. The Formax FD 90 Rotary Perforator and Creaser, ideal for on demand digital print and finishing.
Questions & Answers
Q:
I'm looking at the Formax FD 90 Machine and I have a question about its perforating. We will be using Legal size (8.5x14 in) paper. The perforation on the sheet of paper along the last inch of long side. Can this machine do that?
Asked by Daniel 13 days ago
A:
Thank you for your question, Unfortunately this machine will only go 1.5 inches from the edge.

Answered by MyBinding 13 days ago
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