The Insignia machines are offered with two delivery methods. First is a waste stripping unit, which is designed to remove the die cut product from the skeleton or matrix of the sheet, and deliver the pieces out onto a slow moving conveyor table. The second method is a receding stacker, which is designed to accept full sheets of cut product, with the pieces held into the sheet via tick ties.
The Insignia stripping unit has the ability to blow out hanger holes of pieces depending on the layout, as well as create separation between rows of product if desired.
For producers looking for in-line solutions utilizing folding/gluing equipment the Insignia can die cut, strip and feed directly into these units, eliminating labor and touch points for folding carton and presentation folder applications, among others. Capable of running multi-lane of product (dependent on folder/gluer capabilities) as well as cutting in the correct scoring orientation to present the die cut pieces to a folder/gluer are advantages on an Insignia6 and Insignia7 machine.
Utilizing the receding stacker, die cut or kiss cut sheets of product are tick-tied in using notches, ticks, etc. to ensure the cut pieces do not come out of the parent sheet. This delivery system is utilized when gang-printing sheets without gutters, or when die cutting product that is too small to strip out via the waste stripping unit.