Card Attachment Secure System...



Designed to process plastic cards, the CASS range comprises three different machines, known as MAILoks. Each is custom built for a specific application but owing to its modular design, with each new application it is possible to install a new module. The MAILoks are ready for the future. This is proven in the field with some early machines capable of biometrics and contactless verification.

Each system is highly flexible, robust and can take just minutes to set up using the DIALok control system.

The flagship model is the MAILok C8000, capable of processing up to 8,000 cards per hour, with up to four cards affixed per carrier document. A typical application would be to print the letter, affix a family's identity cards, verify the applicable data and insert everything an envelope together with the terms and conditions.

The midrange CASSilo can attach up to six cards per carrier at a slower speed of 3,000 cards per hour. It is more flexible than the C8000 and is aimed at customers with medium runs and small batches where quick changeovers are more relevant than a high working speed.

The CASSera is Künnecke's entry-level system. It can cycle at 2,000 cards per hour and has an industrial design - not like some of the plastic machines at the lower end of the market which can only run for a couple of hours before begging for a rest!

The MISS is a desktop based solution, designed to ensure manual affixing is secure and accurate. Tiny batches of cards and single remakes take a disproporionate amount of time to process on a machine and yet when an audit file is required, normal handwork isn't an option. The MISS can feed in to the MAILok audit files, allowing a complete log to be created. The operator scans the card, the system will check the database for information, print a new personalised carrier and envelope and ensure all data matches. The carrier and envelope must also be scanned correctly before the next card can be scanned. A log can be sent with the completed job, detailing when each process occurred.

 

 

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