Duplo

DC-516 Pro-Multi-Finisher

Duplo's DC-516 Pro-Multi-Finisher is a high speed finisher designed for high production environments. Its 14" high capacity feeder and long conveyor stacker make it ideal for large jobs and keeps productivity flowing continuously. Its new dual creasing tool performs positive and negative patterns. The DC-516 Pro comes standard with both cutting and slitting modules and can apply up to 30 cuts per sheet making it ideal for applications such as business cards, brochures, book covers and more.
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The DC-516 Pro Multi-Finisher offers high-speed finishing for high production environments. Featuring a 14” high capacity feeder and long conveyor stacker, the DC-516 Pro keeps productivity non-stop.

Automatically cut 24-up business cards on 13” x 19” sheets or 36-up cards on 14” x 20” stock within seconds. The DC-516 Pro comes standard with both cutting and slitting modules and can apply up to 30 cuts per sheet. The slitting module includes 6 tools and up to 10 slits can be applied (additional 4 slits optional). Slitting tools are manually adjusted and cuts are set through the control panel.

Prevent toner cracking by creasing brochures and book covers prior to folding at up to 100 sheets per minute! The DC-516 Pro’s creasing module features a new dual creasing tool that can be switched interchangeably to perform positive and negative patterns. To perform positive and negative creases in one pass, a second creasing module is required. Each module applies up to 20 creases per sheet.

Input Paper Size

Width: 5.5” x 14.6” (140-370mm)

Length: 5.9” x 26.37” (150-670mm)

Paper Weight

110-400 gsm

Speed

Creasing: 100ppm (6,000 sheets per hour) 8.5” x 11” 1 crease

Cutting: 12 sheets per minute (720 sheets per hour) 13” x 19” 24-up business cards

Feed Capacity

14.2” (360mm)

Slits

6 standard slit tools. 4 optional tools can be added for a maximum of 10 slits

Cuts

Up to 30 cuts per sheet

Creases

Up to 20 creases per sheet with each module.

Positive and negative creasing capabilities.

Two creasing modules are required for positive and negative creasing