Count FC114 A Air-Fed Digital Creasing/Perforating/Numbering Machine
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Count FC114 A Air-Fed Digital Creasing/Perforating/Numbering Machine

Part #: FC114A
Brand: Count
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  • Max Compression Crease (sheets per hour): 4,500
  • Max Numbering Speed (sheets per hour): 8,000
  • Max Rotary Perf/Score Speed (sheets per hour): 12,000
  • Paper Weight Range (gsm): 60 - 350
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Product Description

With the investment in a single machine, you can handle high quality perforating, creasing and numbering all-in-one with Count FC114 A Air-Fed Digital Creasing/Perforating/Numbering Machine. This machine delivers accurate rotary-actuated creasing with 2 crease widths, pneumatic numbering up to 24 times per sheet virtually anywhere on the sheet, plus perforation and optional micro-perfing. If you are looking for a compact, incredibly easy to use and highly versatile "all-in-one” solution that includes automatic "one-touch”"set-ups, then this Count FC114 A Air-Fed Digital Creasing/Perforating/Numbering Machine.

Product Details

  • Simple programming allows you to number, perforate or crease individually.
  • Creasing:
    • Rotary-actuated impact creasing.
    • Two-sided creasing die - one side has a narrow crease and the other a wide crease for heavier stock to change, simply remove the die and flip it over.
    • Automated Distance Recognition - allows auto setups for your most common creases and corresponding folds.
  • Numbering:
    • Includes reliable pneumatic, Gothic wheel reverse numbering heads - with 7 digits, 4 drop zeros and 4 repeats.
    • Program each numbering head individually for multiple numbering.
    • Flexibility to apply numbers virtually anywhere on a sheet - from lead edge, place numbers within 1 mm of previous number.
    • Number single sheets, or crash number up to a 10-part carbonless form.
    • Choice of black or red ink, in patented self-inking disposable cartridges - no re-inking required! - for approx. 25,000 impressions per cartridge.
  • Complete perforating assembly included, with linear perf capabilities up to 4 perfs per sheet - Optional micro-perf and score wheel assemblies are available.
  • Accommodates inline folder (see COUNT KF-200); add inline transport to feed into CountCoat UV coater.
  • User-friendly touch screen for easy set up and control of the machine.
  • One year warranty on electrical and mechanical parts.
  • Upgrade to model FC114ASP (Strike perforating assembly included, with linear perf capabilities up to 2 strike perfs per sheet). Just choose above

Item Specifications

  • Weight: 220 lbs (100 kg)
  • Max Compression Crease (sheets per hour): 4,500
  • Max Numbering Speed (sheets per hour): 8,000
  • Max Rotary Perf/Score Speed (sheets per hour): 12,000
  • Paper Weight Range (gsm): 60 - 350
  • Dimensions: 63" L x 29" W x 43" H in (160.0 x 73.7 x 109.2 cm)
  • Max Sheet Size: 18" x 24" (45.7 x 50.8 cm)
  • Min Sheet Size: 4.5" x 6" (12.7 x 15.0 cm)
  • Electrical: 110/220 V, 50/60 Hz
  • Made in: U.S.A.
  • Warranty 1 Year Electrical/Mechanical

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Count FC114 A Air-Fed Digital Creasing/Perforating/Numbering Machine Demo

Transcript: The FC114 Air Creasing Features. How to set up for automated creasing. Measure one sheet. Exact registration. Location creasing. Up to 12 crease location per page.
The FC114 Air Creasing Features. How to set up for automated creasing. Measure one sheet. Exact registration. Location creasing. Up to 12 crease location per page.

Count FC114 A Air-Fed Digital Creasing/Perforating/Numbering Machine Features

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. The Count FC114 A Air-Fed Digital Creasing/Perforating/Numbering Machine does not have a incorporated air compressor a separate compressor would be required.

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3 years and 4 months ago ago

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