Air Operated Hotfoil Machine Model 86 A/A
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Stamp your name on books, napkins, ribbons and more with a foil-stamping machine. The model 86 A/A (Air/Assisted) is easy to use and extremely versatile. This model used air to bring the stamping head down and requires very little manual work. We have guaranteed low prices on all our foil stamping systems. Order yours today!
Please note: This item requires the use of an air compressor (NOT INCLUDED).
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·Foil stamps and blank stamps.
·Stamps on leather, plastics, wood, vinyl, paper and ribbons.
·Able to raise clearance for pre-bound books and thicker items, up to 6-1/2".
·Automatic heat control.
·Tiltable hot stamper typeholder.
·Two working platforms. 12" x 12".
·Same basic features as the Model 86.
·All air control for accurate dwelling time.
·Allows fast, high pressure hotfoil stamping for the perfect imprint.
·Includes SC3000 OSHA approved hand control unit.
·Hand Control Unit. (OSHA Approved)
·12" x 12" Lined Platform.
OptionsTiltable Typeholder Options:
Optional Accessories:Optional Special Attachments:
- No. 7 - 1" x 5 3/4"
- No. 80 - 2" x 5 3/4"
- No. 79 - 1" x 9"
- No. 305 - 3" x 5 3/4"
- No. 809 - 2" x 9"
- Air Counter
- Automatic Roll Feed
- Multi-Stage Cylinder for 1-Ton Pressure
- Two-way Adjustable Platform
- Precision Linefinder
- Machine Light
- Right Angle Platform Gauges
- Pencil Attachment
- Match Attachment
- Custom Fixtures Available
Options & Accessories:
||5 3/4" or 9"
146 mm or 229 mm
||12" x 12"
305 mm x 305 mm
||3 7/8" x 7"
98 mm x 178 mm
||11.5" W x 17.5" D x 38" H
292 mm W x 445 mm D x 965 mm H
|Hotfoil Weight/Shipping Weight
||Minimum of 1.5Hp - Line pressure of 100 lbs.
(normal pressure is 80 lbs.) - 1.5 CFM Output.
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