CreaseStream Auto-feed CreaseStream Auto-feed
HIGH QUALITY
Precision in every detail.
RELIABLE AND FAST
without electricity, makes up to 4000 per hour
PERFORATION & SLITTERRING
With the ability to make more than 1 operations
WIDE RANGE OF FORMATS
Working with media up to 350 g. and 520 mm wide
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  • Technical parameters
  • Accessories
  • Brochure
  • Video
  • The Mini Auto-feed is the perfect piece of print finishing equipment for businesses that produce both short and high volume production runs. This is the next level of automation – making the CreaseStream Mini Auto-feed the easiest creaser to operate. Just set the tools, press the button and you’ll get up to 4,000 sheets of perfectly creased paper per hour.
    The Mini Auto-feed uses our unique sheet separator, which allows single sheets to be processed with unmatched accuracy and precision. It eliminates any trace of fibre cracking even with sensitively printed digital stocks.
  • Our design has the ability to adapt to varying work demands - As well as the standard double crease version we have the Spine & Hinge Creaser option that applies 4 close proximity creases simultaneously, this is ideal for forming the spines of perfect bound book covers and similar items such as wallets/folders etc.
  • The ultimate desktop digital creasing and micro-perforating machine, the Mini Auto-feed gives you the flexibility to produce a number of applications faster, more efficiently and at a better quality. Once the paper guides are set you can hand feed without any hassle, no alignment problems, the crease/perf register is perfect, from the first sheet to the last.
    The CreaseStream Quick-feed was developed to provide affordable, quality desk top creasing that is perfect for: copy shop business
    small digital print runs
    photo-book production
    creasing samples and customer mock-ups.
  • Bonus micro-perforating tools give it that extra edge
    The bonus of such an innovative product is that it can easily be fitted with our impressive micro-perforating tools, which apply fine quality results, giving it that extra edge - No other product in this area of production is so versatile.
  • Maximum Paper Size (W x L) 520mm  x 520 mm
  • Minimum Paper Size (W x L) 80mm x 120mm
  • Maximum Paper Weight 100 - 350 gr/m2
  • Maximum Folding Speed 4000/hour
  • Minimum Folding Speed 4000/hour
  • Speed Adjustment manual
  • Creasing Position Setting manual
  • Feed Table Elevation manual
  • Option Perforation unit / Scoring unit
  • Dimensions (LxWxH)75 x 83 x 25 cm
  • Weight 35kgs (net)
Design, price and specifications are subject to change without prior notice. The technical data is approximate. Possible changes in price without a notice. PS. We strive description, photos and specifications to be completely authentic. Unfortunately, due to the large number of items that are available, it is inevitable that sometimes errors appear. Please let us know if you notice a mistake. Thank you in advance.
  • Perforation
  • Spine & Hinge Creasing Device.
    Attachment for simultaneous making of 4 creases (for book cover). Makes two internal and two external creases on one pass.
  • Additional head for single creasing.

Mini Auto-feed - Machine Set Up

  • Mini Auto-feed - Machine Set Up

  • Mini Auto-feed - Micro Perforator Set Up

  • CreaseStream Mini Quick-feed - Promotional Video

  • How the Spine & Hinge tool works

  • Daleprint CreaseStream Mini Auto-feed Testimonial

CreaseStream Auto-feed
Price: 524957 (EURO price without VAT )
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