Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video gives a demonstration of the Paitec LJ3000, a laser ...
Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video gives a demonstration of the Paitec LJ3000, a laser air paper jogger. The Paitec LJ3000 can handle up to two reams of 11x17 paper at once for cooling and removing static in preparation for paper folders, inserters, bulk mailings, and pressure sealers. For more details and product specifications, please visit:
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Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's take a look at the LJ3000 Laser Air Paper Jogger by Paitec USA. To jog your papers in place and remove all static electricity, there's no simpler method. There's an on/off switch and a dial for intensity. It works by drawing air through the fan in the top and blowing it up through the slots into the paper. This is the ionization process that removes static and cools your papers after printing. The LJ3000 can handle up to two reams of 11x17 paper. The adjustable vibration speed control knob gives you control over your job. In this demonstration, we're using fresh out-of-the-box glossy printed brochures. The vibration assists in jogging everything in order so it's nice and square, settling it down into the corner. And the air and the ionization process removes static and cools paper. To cut back on the noise, the machine has four different feet that are rubber and mounted on springs. The LJ3000 is perfect for preparing documents for paper folders, folders inserters, bulk mailings, and pressure sealers. So keep it static free and in order with the Paitec LJ3000. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.