DOVER, NH: Formax introduces the Atlas-TRIO15, a revolutionary multi-function solution for digital print finishing. The Atlas-TRIO15 slits, cuts, creases and even folds in a single pass. It’s ideal for high-speed creasing and production of a wide range of jobs including business cards, postcards, brochures, booklet covers, greeting cards and more.
The Atlas-TRIO15 uses a powerful suction feeding system, and automatically elevating feed table, giving it the ability to process sheets up to 13” W x 27.5” L, in weights from 120-350 gsm. Production speeds vary based on media size and finished output: up to 250 business cards in under 2 minutes, single-crease jobs up to 5,000/hour.
A user-friendly 4” touchscreen provides three modes for various job requirements: Preset, for the most common formats and sizes, Manual, which modifies preset jobs, and Flex mode for the greatest customization. It also stores up to 150 custom jobs, for quick and easy recall. Other standard features include double-feed detection, cut-mark registration, side alignment guide, skew adjustment and two standard slitting guides. Custom slitting guides are also available.
For even greater efficiency and flexibility, the Atlas-TRIO-15 can be combined with the optional AC-10 Folder to easily transform large sheets into professional-quality finished pieces. This powerful combination enables users to cut the lead and trailing edges, bleed trim the top and bottom, crease and fold, for stunning professional output.
High-speed output, user friendly controls and the ability to handle large media sizes make the Atlas-TRIO15 a great complement to today’s digital print environments.
Formax is an industry leader in the design, engineering, sales and support of pressure seal, mailing, digital print & finishing and data destruction solutions. The company's goal is to continually introduce new and innovative products while providing an unequaled level of service and support for authorized dealers worldwide. Formax's corporate sales and service office is located in Dover, NH, and manufacturing facilities in Turlock, CA.