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The Roll 102 solution consists of the Unwind 52 and Rewind 102 and works with a loop control unit to rewind a roll of paper for feeding into inserters or offline finishing equipment.

The Unwind 52 starts the process by feeding a roll of paper into the printer for continuous and uninterrupted printing. The center-shaft driven Unwind handles a variety of media including lightweight paper, labels and coated stocks and offers consistent, reliable feeding.

Once paper is unwound and printed, the Rewind 102 produces taut, high quality rolls. The Rewind features automated roll alignment and dynamic rewind tension that automatically adjusts for the size of the roll and results in more tension near the center of the core and less on the outer edges.

The Rewind 102 offers optional operator programmable pauses for manual print quality inspections. Once printed forms are rewound, they can then be transported tofeed an inserter or offline cutter.

  • Maximum printer productivity
  • Automated operation
  • Smooth feeding to inserters
  • Easy forms transfer
  • Increase uptime
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Max Speed 360 ft/min 1.8 m/sec
Feeding Pinfed or pinless
Roll Diameter 4"–52" 100 mm–1320 mm

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