Secap Jet 1 Tabber / Labeler / Stamper w/ Streamfeeder V710 Feeder and Buskro BK1600 12′ Conveyor
Secap Jet 1 Tabber Labeler Stamper w/ Streamfeeder V710 Feeder and Buskro BK1600 12′ Conveyor
Secap Jet 1
S/N 0206 333
Tabber Labeler Stamper Specifications
Meet all your requirements for tabbing, labeling, stamp or decal affixing with the Secap Jet 1 Tabber. Easy to set up and operate in-line or off-line with the highest productivity for today’s mailing professionals. Its superb design and engineering combined with Secap’s first class support insures your company years of reliable production.
Upgradeable to wide format.
Handles a wide variety of media.
Works in-line with inkjet addressing systems easily.
All U.S.P.S. formats supported.
Now Secap’s new in-line dual tabbing solution will accommodate the two tab / one tab requirement for the leading and trailing edges for automation compatible letter-sized booklet mail.
New USPS Tabbing Requirements and Solution
The new booklet tabbing rules require two 1-1/2″ tabs wrapped on the leading edge of the mail piece and one 1-1/2″ tab wrapped on the trailing edge of the product. This requirement can be met through the use of an in-line dual headed tabber assembled out of two independent tabbers. The biggest difference, besides requiring two tabbing heads, is the orientation of the mail product in the tabbers. The booklets must be run at 90 degrees when compared to the traditional folded self-mailer.
The Jet 1 Tabber design has been updated for improved operation in tabbing booklets to accommodate the new tabbing regulations.
The updates include:
Extended guides for enhanced product control
Tighter registration wheel assembly spacing for improved product control
Integrated base controls so one base “follows” the other
Updated head control firmware to allow close tab spacing with the required double tabbing on the leading edge
Modified base output and input sections to allow close spacing of bases. The tabbing system can easily be broken up into two fully functional independent tabbers with the removal of two integration brackets and cables.