Spartanics M510 Compact Card Punching System Unveiled
DRUPA—May 29, 2008— Spartanics M510 Compact Card Punching System is now available worldwide. The Spartanics M510 is a very low-cost plastic card punching system specifically designed for the requirements of printers, card manufacturers, and others producing small volumes (e.g. 5,000 –86,000/day) of hotel keys, loyalty cards, phone cards, gift cards, membership cards, and other plastic cards in standard CR80 formats.
Paul Dirienzo, Spartanics Director of Engineering, says, “This inexpensive plastic card punching system is geared to allow newcomers to take advantage of the highly profitable card manufacturing niches for an initial investment in the 10’s of 1000’s dollars range instead of the hundreds of thousands of dollars required for more sophisticated high volume card punching systems.”
The Spartanics M510 Compact Plastic Card Punching System incorporates the renowned Spartanics electro-optical registration technology. The system provides maximum outputs of 9,000 cards/hour produced at rate of 50 strokes/minute. The M510 is a small footprint system the size of a photocopier. It is a manually loaded, with robust easy-to-operate feeds. Optional low-cost standard 3-Up CR80 dies (requiring sharpening every million strokes) or long-life higher priced standard 3-Up CR80 dies (requiring sharpening every 3+ million strokes) are available. Installation, setup and training are also available at modest additional cost.
To place orders or for other product inquiries, please contact Scott Edwards, Sales Administrator, Spartanics, + (847) 394 5700, FAX + (847) 394 0409, email@example.com
The Spartanics M510 Compact Card Punching System is the latest addition to the line of the Spartanics Plastic Card Punching Systems, which also includes the M512 (for 1 or 2-Up), M535 (for 3 – 5-Up), M560 (for 6 –10 Up), and M580 (for ID cards) Plastic Card Punching Systems, .
Spartanics equipment for screen printing, card punching, plastic card inspection, automated counting, and other finishing of flat stock materials is considered best-in-class technology. Spartanics (www.spartanics.com) is headquartered in suburban Chicago in the United States and its worldwide service organization uses state-of-the-art virtual service technician technology and also maintains offices and spare parts in Europe.