When I first saw the AJ 700 Air-Feed Floor Model Jogger, the only thing I could think of was those vibrating belts hooked to machines you see in old movies that people would use to lose weight. Unfortunately this machine has less of a sense of humor and is committed to a real exercise – Jogging.
How is it Used?
Before putting your newly printed sheets into a folder or other piece of finishing equipment, you need to remove static electricity and bad alignment that causes misfeeds. The AJ 700 Air-Feed Floor Model Jogger is ready for sheets 5″ x 7 3/8″ to 12 7/8″ x 17 3/4″ in size, and will force air between them to reduce jogging time and eliminate powder buildup. It will process 1,000 sheets at a time unsupervised, as the AJ 700 also includes a timer function allowing the operator to attend to other jobs.
And How Much Does it Cost
The MBM AJ 700 Air-Feed Floor Model Jogger is $1,889 at Lloyd’s. We’ll throw in free shipping and a gift with your purchase.
This little machine does the jogging for you. No, it’s not a new weight-loss system, it’s the Formax FD 400E2 Envelope/Check Jogger. Before you feed your envelopes into another piece of mailing or inserting equipment, use the Formax 400E2 to ensure proper feeding and smooth operation — a time saver worth having around.
How is it Used?
The Formax FD 400E2 Envelope/Check Jogger aligns envelopes and reduces heat and static electricity created by laser printers. It does this with up to 3,600 vibrations per minute to ensure accurate feeding by pressure sealers, folders, inserters, envelope openers and other paper handling equipment. The FD 400E2 model has two 3″ wide pockets and is perfect for a small-scale mailroom.
And How Much Does it Cost?
The Formax FD 400E2 Envelope/Check Jogger is $1,035 at Lloyd’s. We’ll even throw in free shipping and a gift with your purchase.