The MicroPlex F64 is a versatile, easy-to-use continuous feed laser printer. Prints up to 64 PPM in 2-up mode.
MicroPlex F64 Continuous Forms Printer Highlights
SPEED: 63 IPM Two-Up; 41 IPM on 8.5″ Length
RESOLUTION: 300 dpi
DUTY CYCLE: 300,000 pages/month, Two-Up
The MicroPlex printers F64 is a versatile, easy-to-use continuous-form laser printer. The F64 microplex continuous-form printer is a new-generation print engine with a small footprint. It provides the user with flexible media management capabilities by utilizing two independent pin-fed tractor cassettes, the Intelligent Paper Stacker (IPS), and an integrated Cutting device.
Handling media widths of up to 18 inches wide, the F64 is ideally suited for decentralized, network-based environments, supporting industries such as banking, mailing, insurance, fulfillment services, health services, distribution, and logistics.
The multipurpose SOLID F64 can also print MICR (CMC7 and E13B) and is PIRA certified. The optional Intelligent Paper Stacker (IPS) assures the stacking of forms up to 3,000 pages without operator involvement.
Solid F64 Features
- USPS MERLIN™& Intelligent Mail® Barcode Compliant!
- 63 pages/minute print speed (two-up letter)
- 2-Up support for Letter and A4 format,
- 18 media width
- 300,000 pages/month duty cycle
- Two different fanfold media paths,
- alternatively accessible
- Integrated Paper Cutter for print job separation
- Low Power Consumption
- More than 17 other emulations
- Distribution and Logistics
- Fulfillment Services
- Health Services
- MICR solid Applications for E13B and CMC7
- PIRA Certified
Optional Features :
- Optional intelligent Paper Stacking (iPS) without operator involvement
MicroPlex is offered through GLM’s authorized affiliation with Printer Connection, Inc., a long-time distributor of MicroPlex products. Many customers have inquired through our GLM website and acquired MicroPlex from GLM’s sales relationship with PCI.
*Discontinued printer models are occasionally offered refurbished or remanufactured. Limited availability on a first-come, first-served basis.