The Formax FD 262 Single-Head Tabber makes quick work of applying tabs to folded mailpieces, and is designed to meet all USPS requirements for mailing and automation discounts. Using “crash tab” technology, the open edge of a mailpiece contacts an adhesive tab and travels through a set of rollers where the tab is tightly folded and sealed, creating a mail-ready piece.
The FD 282 Double-Head Edge Tabbing System features revolutionary advances in tabber design. It can apply tabs on opposite sides of the mailpiece at the same time, or on top and side simultaneously, maximizing productivity and eliminating the need to feed pieces multiple times. The key is the FD 282’s combination of tabbing heads: the fixed head applies tabs along an open edge, while the repositionable head can switch from side tabbing to front (leading-edge) tabbing. The flexible head can also affix flat tabs, small labels or up to 3 USPS roll stamps in one pass.
The ACCUFAST KT has been characterized as the best table top tabber ever made. Nice to hear and well deserved. Now, it applies either 1 inch or 1.5 inch tabs at speeds of 15,000 per hour. The KT is a crash tabber module. It must be used with a feeder and depending on the application a number of feeding devices are available. The KT is the basis of a simple professional level tabbing system. Combine it with an FX feeder and a CS3 output conveyor to create a simple tabbing system.
The KT2 can be characterized as the KT’s big brother. It takes care of the twin tab requirement on thin forms in a single pass. Each head works independently of the other as they apply tabs to the lead edge of the piece as it moves through the machine. The KT2 is also often the basis of a tabbing system.