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You may have seen printers 

that print envelopes,   

But have you ever seen 

an Envelope Printer?


Intellectually Patented Envelope Printer

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Desk Top - Black or Color InkJet or Laser, Envelope Printer, that PRINTS a USPS postal Bar-code and Stamp

Uniquely designed - US Patent # 9,747,531 - a Flatbed Envelope Printer, with a small footprint that can fit on your desk.  Rated speed (Est. 30 envelopes per minute, 1,800 per hour).  Automatically senses the thickness of the envelope and adjust the print-head to that height.  

Printer height adjusts for up to 200 LB.  stock.  (8 ply paper)

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A high speed, gravity fed, compact designed envelope printer that fits on a desk.

Stack up to 250 - #10 envelopes and print; the Return address, the TO address, and if necessary, the Postal Bar-code and Stamp, without bending, folding, crunching or crumbling the envelope.  Adjustable Rear Feed Tray can  accommodate 10" x 14" LARGE manila envelopes.  

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Curious about this Intellectually Patented Device? Call us!

By now you should be interested in licensing this patented technology and developing an OEM or Distribution program that will enable you to customize this product for your clients on a worldwide basis.  For the SMB market, fill out the survey under "MORE".


The end user market is for any Small, Medium or Large SMB or SOHO company that mails information out to their clients frequently.  It uses software that addresses envelope printing.  One no longer needs to apply "From" labels, "To" labels and "Stamps".  This can eliminated the need for a postage machine.


Click on the VIDEO tab above to see the digital presentation of the Envelope Printer.  You can Print Stamps with Stamps.Com Software.

Pop in 250 - #10 envelopes and off you go!

What can this Envelope Printer do for me?

You will save TIME.

You will save MONEY.

Your will save STAFF.

Increase your PRODUCTIVITY.

Decrease OPERATING COSTS.

Make your results more PRESENTABLE.  

Calligraphy anyone?  

Compliant with USPS E-Stamps

Ready Yet?