Rhin-O-Tuff Onyx HD7700 Module Speed Test

posted this on Mar 29, 2016


 


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This is a MyBinding speed test for the Onyx HD7700 in different configurations with different modules. This is real-time video footage of processing one ream of paper. The four different configurations are the HD7700 along with the APES 14 and the PAL-14, and the 7700 with just the APES 14, just the PAL-14, and just the Onyx HD7700 all by itself. Let's watch this in action. Each of these videos has the same operator operating in the same fashion with the same amount of paper. On the right-hand side, we see the Onyx HD7700 all by itself. The operator is picking packets the size he thinks is most efficient and running it through the machine. The punch works well and it is fast. Moving to the bottom left, we see the addition of the PAL-14. This Piks-a-Lift module allows the operator to pick up packets that are most efficient, not too many and not too few. Each time he punches, a new packet is ready for him to pick up. It is speeding up his overall productivity. On the top right of your screen, you see the punch in conjunction with the APES 14, the automatic paper ejector and stacker module. This configuration requires the operator to pick the most efficient packets. But then, once it's punched, they are ejected and stacked automatically. This speeds up the process as well. And finally, on square one, the top left, we see the total configuration of the HD7700 along with the PAL-14 and the APES 14. This picks the packet, punches the paper, ejects it, and stacks it all in one fluid motion. As you can tell, this ream is already completed at 56 seconds. A minute and 26 seconds marks our second place winner. And this is with the APES 14 added to the punch. And following just behind at a minute and 31 is the PAL-14 added to the HD7700 configuration. Rhin-O-Tuff has designed these module units to keep productivity easier and faster as the operator moves through his business day. And the Onyx HD7700 all by itself punches a whole ream at one minute and 56 seconds. And there you have it, the Onyx HD7700 with various module configurations. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

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