Finishing Systems & Accessories
The modular design of our mail inserting components provides the flexibility that enables any size mailer to process multiple applications, add functionality when needed and optimize the return on investment.
As the mail processing equipment speeds continue to increase, manual labor can constrain the workflow, leading to diminishing efficiency and lost potential revenue. Bell and Howell has partnered with CapStone Technologies to offer AutoViri™ Robotic Mail Solutions, which can maximize your process efficiency and productivity by automating highly repetitive manual functions of any operation.
Organizations requiring an attractive and economical alternative to pocket folders, binders or other types of unbound information for their finishing environments need to look no further than the Bell and Howell Booklet Maker Systems. The systems offer a seamless blend printing, cutting, sorting and binding technologies for binding your low-page-count collateral.
The intelligent multi-bin feeder (IMBF) system is a solution targeted at the automation of the process for collating large volumes of pre-printed material from a large selection. The IMBF system is based on highly reliable, efficient and compact tower collator technology integrated with an advanced and flexible document reading and control system.
Whether you are interested in reducing mailing costs or investigating finishing options for a new marketing campaign, self-mailers (one-step mailers) are one of the most cost-effective and versatile alternatives in the industry. The Bell and Howell line of Pressure Seal systems combines the industry-leading expertise of Bell and Howell with the latest self-mailer technology to help you take advantage of increased efficiency, significant postage savings and operational savings.
The Solix mail tray loader from Bell and Howell is the newest member of our system productivity solutions. Allow your operators to keep pace with the output volume of efficient, high-speed inserting systems.
The TrimWinder, a trim vacuum collection device, gathers continuous-form trim and vacuums it into a chamber where it is rolled into a bale. The vacuum draws the trim down a tube to the main part of the unit where the trim is collected and wound into round bales by forks. During operation, the system filters the air, returning, clean, dust-free air to the computer environment. The TrimWinder can accept trim from two sources.
Optimizing the efficiency of your inserter or continuous forms solo cutter starts with controlling the dynamics of the paper web.