Continuous forms processing / RTC 1219 Finishing System
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RTC 1219
RTC 1219 Finishing System
Finishing roll to cut system for variable data printing lines
The finishing system RTC 1219 is based on the cutter CT 1219 and comprises paper unwinding, traction, drift, longitudinal cut, transversal cut and paper stacking. Some devices are also installed for controlling stationery traction, synchronizing the printer’s paper sheet delivery speed, preventing insufficient or excessive tension applied to the paper.

The term RTC means Roll To Cut. The RTC system is versatile and allows different assembly configurations for space exploitation. Can be set for front and front/back print.

The paper process on the RTC system starts from unwinder, goes through traction and inversion module, longitudinal cut, transversal cut and dispensed on a horizontal conveyor coupled to the cutter.

The cut operation can be made by one knife (single) or two knives (double). The set of double knife is indicated to give more agility to cut documents with bleeding images or folded continuous forms.
The transversal cutter has recourse by margin separation in the set of knifes, which dispenses additional module into the system como fragmentador e container. However, the cutter has condition to adapted coupling of vacuum aspiration ducts margin collector.
Brief descriptions of the modules

UW 8013

The unwinder UW 8013 unrolls large volumes of continuous forms at high speed. The speed control system can increase or reduce roll traction speed, synchronising it with the entire printing line. It includes a command panel that provides information on equipment status during the operation and sends warning and alert messages in the event of areas or unsuitable conditions.
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TO 9216
The turnover TO 9216 is used in front and back printing systems, positioned after the first printer to invert and pull the continuous form. It can also be installed before a longitudinal cutting equipment or transversal cutter. It has its own motor and form traction control – analog/digital system – that synchronizes the printer’s paper output signal, not enabling gaps or excessive tension on the paper.
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ST 2314
The equipment slitter merger ST 2314 performs the operation of longitudinal cutting and overlapping continuous forms, coming from pleated piles or coils. The paper is pulled from tractors and the cut is performed by a circular knife. For operation in printing lines and online finishing, the slitter merger ST 2314 has optical sensors that help to synchronize the paper flow between the printer and the cutter and control the paper’s loop, to compensate the lack or excess of form traction.
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CT 1217
The CT 1219 automatic continuous form cutter produces folded piles or rolls. It is generally positioned on finishing lines followed or not by a slitter merger. The sheets can be dispensed on a horizontal piling accumulator belt coupled to the cutter, such as the CV 6018 model.
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CV 6018
The Laurenti CV 6018 conveyor stacker accumulates documents in sequential order and provides removal without the need to stop the equipment to which it is attached.
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Additional modules
Flipper 90º
The Flipper 90º deviates a continuous form by inverting the printing face. It is used in printing systems that do not have the necessary physical space for assembly in line.
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The traction unit Urge helps pulling continuous forms on the printers. When the printer stops, the traction process is also interrupted due to the low pressure on the paper, preventing an unnecessary paper buildup. The equipment can be used for printing on one or both sides and also with an “H” printing line.
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WTD 9215
The TD 9215 is used to protect and divert paper on printing lines.
By using the web turn device, front and back printing and be carried out using two printers, side-by-side. The TD 9215 is also used for finishing line and printer maintenance requirements or to provide compatibility when there are different set-ups between the finishing lines for specific jobs.

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General overview
Aplication Variable data printed continuous forms

• Unwinding
• Roll traction
• Paper turning for front/back print
• Paper deflection for extra lines
• Stationery longitudinal and transversal cutting
• Margin separation
• Horizontal document stacking

Characteristics • Configurations for front and front/back print finishing
• Flexible assembly configuration for achieving the best footprint
• High-speed processing for large volumes of continuous stationery
• Speed control for synchronizing with printers
• Electronic interfaces compatible with IBM, Océ, and Nipson printers*
• Stationery turning and traction adjusting the speed according to the printer
• Central cutting and longitudinal overlay of the stationery making it possible to process two documents
per cutting operation
• Different transversal cutting sizes
• Perforated edge removal and fragmentation
• Paper sequential stacking and removal with no need to stop the system
• Synchronized manual or automatic operation modules
Control panel Displays and buttons on Portuguese and English
Monitoring Paper flow controled by optical sensors
Safety reading Barcode reader
* The printer model depends on the Laurenti analysis
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Power requirements Voltage 220 V AC ± 5% (grounded)
Frequency range 60 Hz (mono)
Specification form Height: fron 1/10” (2,54 mm) to 25” (635 mm)
Width: fron 3,5” (90 mm) to 20” (508 mm)
Weight: fron 75 g/m² to 150 g/m²
Strip: 0,4” (10 mm) to 9/16” (14 mm)
Roll Width = from 152 mm (6”) to 510 mm ( 20”)
Diameter = 1,30 m (51”)
Shaft diameter = 3” or 6” (optional)
Unwinding speed Variable up to 110 m/min

90 m/min - reference for 11" ou 12" cutter weigh
(pinfeed printer)

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