Komori to unveil new auto pile turner Apressia AT102H

A high-end class auto pile turner

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Apressia AT, a high-end class auto pile turner
Apressia AT, a high-end class auto pile turner

Komori Corporation announced the addition of Apressia AT, a high-end class auto pile turner, to the Apressia brand range that comprises post-processing machines such as cuttings, die cutters, and blanking systems. Komori will launch the new machine at a private show it plans to organize at its Tsukuba plant for customers from both Japan and overseas on 6 – 7 February, 2019. At this event, Komori will also demonstrate the Apressia AT120H model with a maximum stack height (including pallet) of 2,000 mm that has a pallet clamp function that enables pallet and paper centering.

The Apressia AT is a high-end class auto pile turner that rotates large amounts of paper (called a pile) loaded on pallets, changes the pallets, and is used in a variety of ways in secondary processing including airing and aligning the pile. Not only can paper type and other conditions be registered, basic operations and advanced automation are also possible because operations can be performed in advance from the touch panel.

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