Advanced Facer-Canceler System
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The Advanced Facer Canceller System (AFCS) is a high-speed machine used by the US Postal Service to cull, face, and cancel letter mail through a series of automated operations. AFCS was first implemented in 1992, and is capable of processing 30,000 pieces of mail per hour.
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