The Frama Matrix F6 franking machine is built for the business that sends large volumes of mails every day. It has a speed of 5000 letters per hour. It has an automatic feeder that adjusts to a letter’s thickness. It can process up to 10mm thick envelopes. You can also avail of an optional envelope sealer.
Ease of Use
The control panel is called ComTouch™. It displays only the functions that you need. It has 30 programmable functions that allow you to access your most used functions with OneTouch.
The tariff guide allows the user to quickly access other postal products with just a few keystrokes. This machine can directly frank supplemental postal services (i.e. special delivery, registered mail) with or without the return receipt through 1-D barcode printing.
The built in modem allows the machine to automatically download rate changes. The Matrix F6 is ready to use. For ink cartridge changes, just use Plug&Play.
Accounting and Reporting
The Matrix F6 features 50 cost centers. You can add up to 250 with clear-text designation. You can also avail of an accounts reporting package.
There are 2 kinds of cost-allocation timeframes. You can choose between by days and weeks or by weeks and months.
These are the types of reports available:
- Receipt printout for postage loading
- Print out different settings
- Pro-forma postage invoice
- Postage statements
Make an Impression
For customized letters, use the HQ 600 dpi printer to print advertising stamps and messages that capture your audience’s attention. You can choose from 8 different advertising stamps that you can design yourself. The F6 also has 3 built in standard advertising messages. What’s more, it has 3 added programmable texts that you can print out with your advertising stamps.
Security and Organization
The Matrix F6 automatically blocks high franking amounts for added security. It has an automatic date setting and an incoming mail stamp function that prints the date you received your mail. It comes with an interface for postage scales.
Frama AG was founded in 1970. It has been manufacturing franking machines for decades. They started out with mechanical machines that have been replaced with electronic components to keep up with the changing times. This also allows the end user to have a simple and cost-effective operation. All the products and systems are manufactured in Switzerland. As everything is done in-house at a single location, Frama has been able to focus on system competence and quality. All the employees are qualified and receive first class training prior to production.
Frama is Royal Mail approved.