Count FC114ASP Friction-Feed Digital Creaser, Numbering, & Strike Perforating Machine
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Count FC114ASP Friction-Feed Digital Creaser, Numbering, & Strike Perforating Machine

Item #: 04CMFC114ASP
Brand: Count
  • Triple-threat machine offers easy page numbering, strike perforating, or creasing.
  • Simple programming allows you to number, crease or perforate individually.
  • Perforates at up to 12,000 sheets per hour.
  • Allows for 4 perforations per sheet.
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Overview

The Count FC114ASP is an all-in-one solution, offering creasing, numbering, and perforating in an easy-to-use compact unit that is designed to meet all your digital finishing needs with professionalism and speed. Made in the U.S.A, the FC114ASP digital paper finishing machine offers a bottom vacuum air feed system with a register guide and simple programming from the touch screen control panel. It delivers accurate actuated compression creasing with 2 crease widths, pneumatic numbering up to 24 times virtually anywhere on the sheet, plus perforating and optional micro-perforating. The FC114A is an incredibly simple and highly versatile solution that includes automatic one-touch set-ups, automated distance recognition, pneumatic gothic-style numbering, and many more features to make your live easier.

Specifications

Item #04CMFC114ASP
ManufacturerCount Machinery
Manufacturer Part NumberFC114ASP
Included Supplies & AccessoriesCrease Bar with thin and wide groove for thick and thin stocks
Pneumatic Numbering Head with 7 digits and 3 drop zero's and 4 repeats
Strike Perforating Assembly
Compatible Supplies & AccessoriesSelf-Inking Disposable Cartridges (≈25,000 impressions / cartridge)
Power Voltage110 V, 50 Hz, or 220 V, 60 Hz
SpeedCompression Crease 4,500 8.5 x 11 sph
Numbering up to 8,000 8.5 x 11 sph
Rotary Perf/Score 12,000 8.5 x 11 sph
Dimensions63" L x 29" W x 44" H
Country of ManufactureUnited States
Sheet Size4.5" x 6" to 24" x 18"
Capacity*16 lb. / 16 point Stock (60-350 GSM)
OperationElectric
Impression FontGothic
Feed TypeBottom Vacuum-Feed System
Shipping Weight (lbs)275
Product Weight (lbs)222
Shipping InformationThis item ships via Truck (Common Carrier). It is the responsibility of the Consignee (receiver) to remove the product from the truck. If you do not have a loading dock or any other means to lift the freight off the truck and/or you need assistance bringing the product inside of your location please call (866) 537-2244. Click here for full details.

Description

The Count FC114ASP is an all-in-one solution, offering creasing, numbering, and perforating in an easy-to-use compact unit that is designed to meet all your digital finishing needs with professionalism and speed. Made in the U.S.A, the FC114ASP digital paper finishing machine offers a bottom vacuum air feed system with a register guide and simple programming from the touch screen control panel. It delivers accurate actuated compression creasing with 2 crease widths, pneumatic numbering up to 24 times virtually anywhere on the sheet, plus perforating and optional micro-perforating. The FC114A is an incredibly simple and highly versatile solution that includes automatic one-touch set-ups, automated distance recognition, pneumatic gothic-style numbering, and many more features to make your live easier.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Triple-threat machine offers easy page numbering, strike perforating, or creasing.
  • Simple programming allows you to number, crease or perforate individually.
  • User-friendly touch screen controls for easy set up and control of the machine.
  • Reliable air-feed system with register guide.
  • Complete strike perforating assembly included, with linear perf capabilities up to 2 strike perfs per sheet-optional micro-perf and score wheel assemblies are available.
  • Perforates at up to 12,000 sheets per hour.
  • Allows for 4 perforations per sheet.
  • Accommodates inline folders (see Count KF-200).

Creasing Features

  • Two-sided die creasing rod accommodates for heavier stock-simply remove and flip over to change from narrow to wide crease.
  • Automated distance recognition–allows auto setups for your most common creases and corresponding folds.
  • CAM actuated compression creasing.
  • Creases at up to 4,500 sheets per hour.
  • Allows for 12 creases per sheet.
  • Crease Folds Pre-Programmed: Bi-Fold, Tri-Fold, Z-Fold, Letter Fold, Roll Fold, Gate Fold, Double Gate Fold, Double Parallel Fold, Perfect Bind: No Hinge, Single Hinge, Double Hinge.

Numbering Features

  • Includes reliable pneumatic, Gothic wheel reverse numbering heads–with 7 digits, 4 drop zeros and 4 repeats.
  • Flexibility to apply numbers virtually anywhere on a sheet–from lead edge, place numbers within 1 mm of previous number.
  • Number single sheets, or crash number up to a 10-part carbonless form.
  • Choice of black or red ink, in patented self-inking disposable cartridges–no re-inking required!–for approx. 25,000 impressions per cartridge.
  • Program each numbering head individually for multiple numbering.
  • Numbers at up to 8,000 sheets per hour.
  • Pneumatic numbering head


* Speed and capacity may vary depending on paper stock, operator, and other factors.

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Count FC114ASP Overview

Transcript: In this video, we overview the FC114ASP Friction-Feed Digital Creaser, Numbering, & Strike Perforating Machine from Count Machinery and Martin Yale. This impressive unit is popular among professional print studios of all kinds, and can be used in-line with the KF200 knife folder for a truly all in one solution.
In this video, we overview the FC114ASP Friction-Feed Digital Creaser, Numbering, & Strike Perforating Machine from Count Machinery and Martin Yale. This impressive unit is popular among professional print studios of all kinds, and can be used in-line with the KF200 knife folder for a truly all in one solution.

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