The new 6210 Series Inserters process up to 2,000 envelopes per hour and up to 15,000 envelopes per month (up to 2500/hr and 20,000/mo with productivity option). They have 1-3 feed stations in a variety of configurations. Standard feeders accommodate up to 325 sheets each, while the envelope hopper holds up to 150 envelopes. The vertical output stacker, now standard, holds 500 filled envelopes. It is quiet and easy to use.
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7” full-color touchscreen control panel with graphical interface
high-capacity vertical stacker holds up to 500 finished envelopes (new this year for the 6210)
1, 2 or 3 feed trays
AutoSetTM allows for one-touch setup of new jobs by automatically measuring paper lengths, envelope sizes and fold lengths and then stored as one of 50 programmable jobs. The 6210 can fold up to five sheets at once, with up to 3 sheets from feeder one (can be more if you use OMR. See below).
- production feeder for up to 325 BREs or 1,200 inserts up to 6” in length
- productivity package increases monthly volume to 20,000 & adds ability to take more from a feeder: 5 for a trifold; 8 for a half fold.
- CIS Scanner
- advanced OMR and BCR
- short feed trays (for reply cards, envelopes or previously folded brochures)
- front or rear side exit tray (for space limitations)
6210-Basic 1 - $10,995.
One sheet feeder. Fold and Insert 1-3 sheets.
6210-Advanced 1 - $11,495.
One sheet feeder & one insert feeder. Fold & insert 1-3 sheets plus one reply card or envelope.
6210-Basic 2 - $13,295.
Two sheet feeders. Take 1-3 sheets from feeder one, 1-2 sheets from feeder 2. Fold and insert.
6210-Advanced 2 - $15,395 (or Special 2 - $16,195 for thicker/glossy inserts)
Two sheet feeders & one insert feeder. Take 1-3 sheets from feeder one, 2 sheets from feeder two, or 1 sheet from feeder 2 plus a reply card or envelope from insert feeder. Max 5 pcs per envelope. The Special 2 has a different roller that can handle glossy or thicker inserts.
Optical Mark Recognition (number of pages varies by recipient)
OMR is used if you mail out documents with varying numbers of pages to people, e.g. 1 page to A, 3 pages to B.
To do that, you need to have a code placed on each sheet that can be read by the optional scanner on the Folder inserter. All models of the 6210 are available with an Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) reader. This option allows you to send invoices, reports or statements of varying numbers of pages to different recipients. You print them out in order, place the stack in the 6210, and the envelopes are properly filled.
If you use the OMR option, you can put up to 5 pages into an envelope from one feeder. With the productivity package, up to 8 pages (half fold into a 6.5" x 9.5" envelope).
How to get the Marks on the pages
Most people will get our MailDoc software to put small registration marks on each page when they are printed. That allows the optional scanner on the 6210 to put the proper pages in each envelope. Call us for more information.
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The Right Envelope
These machines normally use a #10 standard commercial envelope with rounded-corner flaps that form a V shape. Envelopes with other kinds of flaps will not work. If you need to change the envelope, we can recommend a low-cost supplier.
Order process, Warranty, Setup and Delivery
When you place an order for a FD6210, we want to make sure that your jobs and the stock you use can be handled by the machine. We discuss your process in detail, make any necessary recommendations, and have you send samples of your jobs to the manufacturer. They are tested upon receipt. When approved, Formax will send you a written guarantee that the tested materials work in the machine.
Upon payment, the FD6210 folder / inserter is sent from the factory. It normally arrives within 10-15 business days. It comes with a 90 day on-site warranty, which includes setup and training by a technician from your local area. If you have a problem during the warranty period, your local technician must be on-site within 24 hours of your call. All parts and labor are covered.
On-Site Maintenance Agreement
You can also purchase an annual on-site maintenance agreement that works the same way. All non-consumable parts and labor are covered, and 2 general maintenance visits per year are included. The annual cost of the agreement starts at $920 for the Basic 1.
If you have been in business for at least 2 years, you have the option of leasing the machine for a period of 2 to 5 years. Approval can usually be done very quickly, normally over the phone. Please call for a quote.