Duplo Launches Bindery, Duplicating Products
Duplo USA has introduced new products to its bookletmaker, duplicator, and cutter lineups. Designed for efficiency and ease of use, these products will appeal to print providers and in-plants with shorter-run demands.
“The print industry is rapidly changing and Duplo, as always, is developing solutions to fit those needs. While we look to the future, we have not forgotten our past and the product segments that made us an industry leader,” said Rick Salinas, VP of Marketing at Duplo USA. “These three releases bolster our legacy segments with new and exciting features to help customers keep their competitive edge.”
150 Booklet System
Ideal for low to mid-volume runs, the 150 Booklet System offers an entry-level solution for print providers considering bringing their bookletmaking in-house. With a production speed of up to 2,400 booklets per hour, the 150 Booklet System performs saddle and corner/side stapling up to 25 sheets. Users can go from a letter-size job to a CD-size booklet within minutes and minimal tooling required.
DP-X850 Digital Duplicator
Duplo has been a leading manufacturer of digital duplicators for over 60 years and the DP-X850 is a model of improved performance with a fresh look. Designed to handle long runs that certain sectors require and at faster speeds, the DP-X850 prints documents with 600 dpi up to 200 sheets per minute. The DP-X850 delivers with exceptional print quality, high productivity, and low maintenance.
HC-550i Hydraulic Cutter
The programmable DocuCutter HC-550i Hydraulic Cutter comes with operational and safety features not found in similar cutters of this size including a rail back gauge system, UL certification, and a 10” touchscreen control panel. It effortlessly cuts through large stacks of paper up to 21.6” wide and finishes postcards, direct mail and perfect bound books up to 3.5” in height. It also comes barcode-ready to instantly retrieve any pre-programmed job.
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