Folder Inserters that have been replaced by newer versions and are no longer sold new
Accuracy in your multiple page mail-outs matter – show your customers how important their business is to you with a highly accurate Formax 6206 Series Inserter.
Need high productivity mailroom equipment that is easy for anyone to use? The five models of the 6304 series folder inserter are designed to help you meet your folding needs – no matter how small or how big.
Don’t settle for less! With outstanding standard features and a variety of options to choose from, the high capacity Formax 6404 series folder inserters will improve your productivity. Choose from models with two to six stations for a folder insert that meets your organization’s unique needs.
Speed: Up to 4,300 pieces per hour, #10 envelopes
Duty Cycle: Up to 80,000 pieces per month
Paper Size*: 3.5” – 14” L x 5” – 9” W
Envelope Size*: 5.5” – 9.8” W x 3.5” – 6.4” H
The versatile 6606 Series adapts to most any folding and inserting application. Can be configured with 2-7 stations. A variety of input configurations includes a high-capacity document feeder for up to 725 sheets, 1 or 2 high-capacity production feeders, standard and special feeders, and short feed trays. The 6606 Series is capable of Speed: Up to 4,300/hr and..
The easily adaptable 7100 Series Inserters create professional, high-quality mail pieces in minutes, saving both time and money. The truly modular design supports a wide range of mailing applications, accommodates a large variety of envelope sizes and processes forms with top, middle and bottom address positions.
The Formax 7200 Series Inserters take flexibility and productivity to new heights. Whether you need to insert a 50-page document, a glossy booklet up to 6mm thick, or anything in between, this system can meet the challenge. Its modular design offers up to 11 feed stations, with high-capacity feeders, and a standard capacity of up to 2,000 sheets. The top-loading envelope hopper holds up to 800 #10 envelopes or 500 flats, in landscape orientation. Inserting into landscape flats offers higher processing speeds, fewer jams, and lower envelope costs.