1. Selecting the envelope

    1. Press the Select button to choose an envelope from the available library.
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    2. Select the required envelope from the library and press the OK button.
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      2. If there are no envelopes in the library, or if you wish to create a new one, see Creating an envelope.

    3. You now have a choice: carry on to select a document, or further define the envelope usage, ie. sealing mode and deskew.

      The following assumes you want to further define the envelope usage. When you have finished you will return to the screen shown here.

      Press the Settings button.
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    4. You now have a choice: carry on to select a document, or further define the envelope us-age, ie. sealing mode and deskew. The following assumes you want to further define the envelope usage. When you have finished you will return to the screen shown here.

       

      Press the Settings button.

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    5. Select the required Sealing mode (usually this will be ‘Always’).

      Press the Edit advanced button if you wish to change the deskew setting or set the order of documents in the envelope.

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    6. From here, you can turn adjust the degree of deskew, or turn it off if you require. This might be done to speed the machine up if, for example, an envelope is unlikely to skew, eg. a C5 or other longer envelope. The default deskew setting is ‘Low’.

      Document Order You can change the order that enclosures are inserted into the envelope. By default, this setting is Auto and the software decides the order. If set to Manual, enclosures will be inserted in the order they are created in the job (see Selecting the enclosure ).

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  2. Selecting the document

    1. Press the Select button to choose a document from the available library.
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    2. Select the required document from the library and press the OK button.
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      2. If there are no documents in the library, or if you wish to create a new one, see Creating a document

    3. You now have a choice: carry on to select enclosures, or further define the document usage, eg. form count, cascading, hand-feed etc.

      The following assumes you want to further define the document usage. When you have finished you will return to the screen shown here.

      Press the Settings button.
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    4. Adjust the forms count if using multiples, whether or not cascading is to be used, whether or not daily mail (hand-feed) is to be used or wheth-er or not External feed (FFPD) is to be used.

      Press the OK button when done.

      For further settings, press the Edit Advanced button.

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    5. If you wish to choose an orientation other than the auto-selected default, press Auto to enable the selector button.
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      2. If required adjust the degree of deskew, or turn it off if you require, for example if a document type is found to feed reliably without skewing.

        Thickness doubles can currently be checked optically only on a flex folder, or turned off, if for example, documents are substantially different from the calibration document, such as abnormally dark with heavy printing.

        Selecting ‘Auto’ allows the software to choose between optical and mechanical checking if the document is moved to a versatile feeder fitted with a mechanical system.

        Feed control mode is ‘Feed Always’ as default, but can be turned off to disable the hopper. It can also e set to ‘Selective Feed’ for reading-enabled units. This works in conjunction with ‘Item ID’ .

        Item ID allows you to define an ID number for the document which accords with the relevant Select mark in the OMR or Barcode label. This will then feed the document when that mark is read.

        Sequence handling mode determines how sequence marks (if used) are handled when a document set is broken up (for example, to change a job in the middle of a document set). The mode must be set to ‘Full’ for the first pass, and then changed to ‘Mailset’ for the second pass after the job has been changed. The machine will not then expect an unbroken sequence.

  3. Selecting the enclosure

    1. If you are using enclosures (inserts, BREs, booklets etc.), press the Select button.
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    2. Select the required enclosure from the library and press the OK button.
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      2. If there are no enclosures in the library, or if you wish to create a new one, see Creating an enclosure

    3. You now have a choice: carry on to select further enclosures if required, remove the enclosure you have selected, or further define the enclosure usage, eg. form count, cascading, handfold etc.

      The following assumes you want to further define the enclosure usage. When you have finished you will return to the screen shown here.

      Press the Settings button. Settings and Advanced Settings are same for enclosures as for documents- see steps 4,5 of section Selecting the document 
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      2. Paper is normally loaded in the Tower face-up and feet-first if non- reading, face down and head-first if reading. This may vary: see also orientation chart in Loading the flex folder hoppers

    4. If further enclosures are required, press the Select button and repeat steps 1 to 4.
      1. Repeat as required up to the limit of available stations.

        You now have a choice: to proceed and move on to Fold Settings, or to assign the documents/enclosures to specific hoppers.

        The following assumes you want to assign the documents/enclosures to specific hoppers. This will override the hopper that the software automatically assigns.

        If you do not want to assign the documents/enclosures to specific hoppers, press the Next button shown in the previous screen.

        Otherwise, press the Document Placement button shown in the previous screen. This will display a placement box:

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    5. Select the document that you want to move, then select the hopper that you want to assign it to.

      If you want to undo a manual placement, press ‘Auto place documents’ to revert. Otherwise press ‘Save’.
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The mailset is now defined, and the screen will show that this is ticked.
Date created:
03/18/2013 03:39:18
Last updated:
03/18/2013 08:17:25
Product(range):
DS-200
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