Handle short-run jobs and reduce labor costs by automating manual workcells. The perfect complement for high-speed systems.

Product Characteristics

The Pulse® inserting system is a compact, multi-format platform ideal for short-run mailers who run many small jobs daily. Designed to deliver increased operational efficiency and greater flexibility at a reduced cost, the Pulse optimizes short-run processing while still supporting a variety of jobs. Its automated set-up and easy-to-use features save time and money on any short-run application.

Jobs paired to the right machines lead to better ROI and greater operational efficiency. The Pulse handles small- to medium-sized mail run jobs, including booklets, letters and even large format flats, with the same accuracy and piece level tracking of a high-volume system at a fraction of the cost. The Pulse helps direct and transactional mailers reduce reliance on manual work, decreasing labor costs and providing ROI within 12 months.

Easy job programming and the simple-to-use interface reduces job setup time. A simple graphical user interface also makes it fast and easy for a single operator of any skill level to process jobs. The Pulse features proof-of-mail features and provides peace-of-mind that the right mail is in the right envelope.

Increased automation

Enhanced flexibility

Accurate results


Technical specifications

Envelope size

Minimum: 4" x 8 7/8"


Maximum: 13 7/8" x 13 7/8"


Up to 30K sheets per hr / 4,000 cycles per hr

Document (H x W)

Minimum: 3 1/2” x 6”


Maximum: 11 13/16” x 12 3/8”

Insert thickness

Minimum: 20 lb single-ply


Maximum: 0.5"


Maximum: 6 standard feeders and 1 booklet feeder

Stack height

Minimum: 1.1" (Standard bin)


Maximum: 2.75" (High capacity bin)


Sheet size (H x W)

Minimum: 3 5/8" x 8 ¼"


Maximum: 11.80" x 12.40"

Paper weight

Minimum: Flat 40 lb, pre-folded 20 lb


Maximum: Flat 125 lb, pre-folded 32 lb

Booklet feeder

Minimum: 20 lb single-ply


Maximum: 0.31”

Sheet size

Minimum: 7" x 7"


Maximum: 14" x 12"

Fold capacity

C, Z fold: 7 pages, half fold: 10 pages, no fold





Automate manual workcells with the Pulse™ Inserting System

Process more jobs and a wide range of materials on this single multi-format system. Save time with the ability to do 100+ changeovers per day.

The Pulse™ inserting system automates short-run, manual and reprint jobs, on a single system, yielding you faster returns, and greater operational efficiency.

Profitability is built in

The Pulse inserting system increases efficiency and optimises your short run processing. It reduces job setup time with easy job programming and recall for an unlimited number of jobs. The simple graphical user interface provides intuitive navigation, which maximises workcell productivity.

Unparalleled flexibility creates outstanding results

The Pulse inserting enables you to process more jobs on a single multi-format system. That includes letters and side-seam or pocket/end flap flats. For many operations, the Pulse inserting system’s ability to automate manual work cells is a game changer with its wide application abilities.

  • Best in class filling thickness
  • Automated setup features allows fast job changeover

Accuracy no matter how big or small the jobs are.

With the Pulse inserting system, you can reliably produce the accurate results required when processing high value, transactional mailings of any size. It’s precise, automated setup helps reduce errors.

  • Leverage consistent mailpiece ADF tracking and reporting processes across all jobs.
  • Reduce costly reconciliation requirements with integrity tracking and proof of mail features.
  • Accurately assemble mailpiece contents ensuring reliable mail security.

With the Pulse you can:

  • Process reprints and manual work on a cost effective platform versus high volume, costly production systems.
  • Reduce labour requirements and per piece costs by automating manual workcells.
  • Eliminate additional processing steps with integrated franking, integrity scanning, envelope printing and outsorting.