11 October 2007

Sign and presentation system

Total Print Finishing Services (Total PFS), a supplier of print finishing equipment, has bolstered its product portfolio with the introduction of the Total RP Sign and Presentation System.



Developed for on-demand sign production in the office, in-plant, commercial printing and industrial sectors, the Total RP is a unique system that enables users to instantly create and finish a multitude of standard and bespoke commercial signs. The flexibility of the system means it can also be used as a rigid presentation method to enhance other printed documents and graphics.

Organisations that purchase the Total RP are provided with login details for a dedicated sign production website where they can download for free, a choice of signage including standard health and safety, warning, directional, public information, compliance or prohibition signs. The signs come in a standard or bespoke format, the latter enabling users to amend the text dependent on specific requirements. Once printed, the signs can be mounted onto a range of substrates including plastic and cardboard using the Total RP's unique 'Easy Wind' manual mounting system. Alternatively, organisations can design their own signs or documents and use the Total RP to mount them ready for immediate use.

The system has a mounting width of 300mm and can mount signs on substrates up to a maximum thickness of 5mm. The machine has a total weight of 4kg and a compact footprint of just 400 x 410 x 205mm (width x depth x height) making it an ideal solution for any commercial, industrial or office environment. The Total RP boasts solid construction and compact design, a fold away feed and reception tray, fully adjustable pressure-feed rollers, a document/sign registration tray and a tear off rule that can be used in either left- or right-hand operation.

Chris Rowlands

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