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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    @RobRym: Thank you for the knowledge and sharing how RISO uses unique technology and seems unparalleled in the marketplace. Very helpful guidance. If you're going to be at Print '17 next week, let me know. I'll be there Wednesday. I'll treat you to lunch :-) Cheers!
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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    jwheeler, appreciate the comments. The roller build-up and the need to use non-laser approved paper (because our paper weight is 14#) is the issue. The only laser approved carbonless that seems to be available is ~20#. Open to learn more if you have any other information. Thank you.
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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    RobRym, thank you for the suggestion!! Not sure why inkjet technology hasn't come to mind for our needs, and am glad that you suggested it!! It seems this could be the key to our solution. And thank you for the comparison to using carbonless with laser, wasn't aware there is no click charge on...
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    What type of binding is this? Please see Image

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge. It is all coming together now. At one time, there was carbon between the sheets, and the forms company is essentially still using the same equipment without the carbon sheets in between the forms sheets. Do you know if the rotary collator machine also perfed...
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    What type of binding is this? Please see Image

    Marc, thank you for this. I've gotten a smaller version of this to do some small batch testing... I was wondering if there is a way to automate the gluing process if I'm sheet printing and collating into a stacker.
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    What type of binding is this? Please see Image

    This is a really good point, and need to get clear with the customer about the need for removing internal sheets our of sequence, or if they are always removed in sequence.
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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    Thank you. Have looked at their paper. The issue is the the weight is too heavy. The center sheets need to be ~14#'s... I'm not easily seeing a paper company who makes a ~14# carbonless xerographic paper.
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    What type of binding is this? Please see Image

    Hello, What type of binding system does the image show? There are notes on the image. It's a 6 part carbonless 16# form, with a 1/2" perforated tab. It seems as though the tab has padding glue applied through the holes in the tab...?? Based on where they adhere to each other. As you may...
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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    @AP90, thank you for taking time, looking and assisting with some recommendations. Will look into those. I've created our own small batch of samples from carbonless paper (~20lb), using a desktop laser, that that what you meant by your last question?
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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    PricelineNegotiator, the Canon machine also looks like it can run a 14# paper. Thank you for this! Already called a sales rep.
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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    @jrsc, thank you for the information on the Ricoh. It's encouraging to hear it does great with carbonless. They seem to have made it a point to handle lightweight stock with an optional vacuum feed. Do you have experience running this with mixed weights? That is one of the requirements we have...
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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    Hello, all 6 parts are variable data print. Each of the 6 pages has the same variable data.
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    Advise? Building a 6-part carbonless form, Variable Data

    Hello forum. Can you advise? I'm looking to build a 6-part carbonless form, sheet fed variable data, to replace the current practice of impact printing on pin-fed sheets of pre-printed offset press forms. As a government form, there is no option to change the sequencing of colors, or reducing...

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