Binding - Saddle-Stitch
Shown at Hunkeler Innovationdays, the new Horizon iCE StitchLiner Mark IV combines signature scoring and folding, saddle-stitching, and three-knife trimming into a single system.
IPI Editor Bob Neubauer talks with Standard Finishing's Johan Laurant about how Hunkeler Innovationdays has changed over the years, its current focus on using smart automation to save on labor costs, and how this automation comes into play on the new roll-to-cut to Stichliner Mark V solution on display at the event.
In-plant Impressions is at Hunkeler Innovationdays this week where we caught up with Andrew Fetherman, president and CEO of Muller Martini North America, to find out which finishing innovations the company is demonstrating at the international trade show.
Here are some of the latest diecutting, saddle stitching, and double-loop wire binding products for the in-plant market.
It took several years between Mayo Clinic’s decision to get an inkjet press and its installation in October, but the success of the outcome has validated the pace of the effort.
Recent investments at University of Pittsburgh Printing Services have not only automated the in-plant’s production, but allowed it to digitally embellish the pieces it prints.
Here are some of the latest saddle stitching, folding, perfect binding, and diecutting technologies on the market.
During the event, Duplo’s finishing specialists will be available within the exhibitor showcase to answer questions and schedule online product demonstrations for attendees.
Installing a Duplo iSaddle enabled Missouri State University Printing and Postal Services to produce view books and other strategic enrollment management variable data projects, earning the in-plant high praise from the Board of Governors.
To mark its 40th anniversary, Duplo USA is holding a three-city summer road show. It will kick off on June 20 in Dayton, Ohio. Attendees will be able to see demonstrations of digital color applications produced on print finishing equipment.