The most popular heavy-duty floor model tabber just got better, and a new name.
The Kirk-Rudy 535 Tabber has been replaced by the Kirk-Rudy 540 Tabber. The new 540 Tabber includes updates that will make machine operators happy and even more productive on the shop floor. Just as the 535 was a popular choice among high production mail departments, so too will be the Kirk-Rudy 540 Tabber.
The 540 Tabber is built to run millions of mail pieces whether you're tabbing, stamp-affixing, or labeling product. The 540 Tabber is designed, manufactured, and assembled in the United States. This includes nearly every part that goes into the machine and that they are no further away than Woodstock, GA (Kirk-Rudy's headquarters).
Some of the newest features include:
- User-friendly touchscreen panel
- On-board diagnostics
- Job memory
- Apply up to 10 tabs, labels or stamps in a row
- Right or left-edge tabbing alignment
- Product Counter