Sweden's Tolerans Unveils Two Servo-Driven Ribbon Stitchers

By: E&P Staff Sweden's Tolerans introduced two new servo-driven ribbon stitchers for tabloids, mini-Berliner and semi-commercial jobs this week at the IFRA Expo in Vienna.

The latest, more modular Speedliner model was designed for easier operation and maintenance. Rail-mounted for easier repositioning, it can stitch straight (up to 110,000 copies per hour) or in skip-stitch mode.

Speedliner 2.0 features include central lubrication, service cassette with stitching fork, wire rest, and easily removed cutting/forming unit. Its remote modular controls with service-interval monitor and instructions can be integrated with most press control systems, according to the company.

Just over a yard high and weighing about 100 pounds, the Speedliner S60 Compact is designed for spaces that previously could not fit a cross-web stitcher. The half-size stitcher operates at up to 60,000 copies per hour in straight or skip-stitch mode.


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