W+D to Demonstrate its Envelope Converting, Printing and Inserting Solutions
OVERLAND PARK, KS—August 5, 2011—Highlighting the W+D North America exhibit at GRAPH EXPO ’11 will be the North American introduction of W+D’s new ConceptD, high speed inkjet envelope overprint press, and high performance, servo-driven W+D BB700 envelope inserting system, which can be seen in operation at booth 4017.
W+D’s GRAPH EXPO theme: “The envelope chain starts and ends with W+D” reflects the company’s nearly 100 year commitment to the envelope and strategy of unlocking new productivity addressing the entire value chain, converting-printing-inserting-palletizing with high productivity technology and system solutions.
Introducing ConceptD Inkjet envelope overprint press to the American market
“ConceptD is the first high performance “industrial-grade” digital inkjet overprint press specifically optimized for the expanding personalized direct mail segment”, said Andrew Schipke, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at W+D North America. ConceptD uses a piezo, drop-on-demand, inkjet print engine. It will print continuous, seamless, high quality 4-color images, on a #10 envelope at speeds up to 500 envelopes per minute or up to 30,000 variably imaged envelopes per hour. ConceptD’s advanced feeder and handling technology handles a multitude of envelope sizes and paper substrate grades.
W+D BB700 high performance envelope inserting system: high intelligence and flexibility, unmatched reliability
Shown for the first time at GRAPH EXPO, W+D will demonstrate a fully intelligent W+D BB700 envelope inserting system with an integrated front end print line, which provides the ability to process both inline print-on-demand and read and print applications. The W+D BB700 will also feature a Pick & Place feeder, which will attach a personalized credit card to an address carrier using hot melt. The system will verify each credit card and address carrier are matched, using data received from a 10 camera vision system. This W+D BB700 envelope inserting system will also feature the file based processing and reporting package.