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Bindery Upgrades? Let Us Know

December 6, 2013
In an upcoming issue, IPG will be focusing on how the addition of new bindery equipment is improving efficiency and productivity for in-plants. If your in-plant has upgraded its bindery gear in the past year or so, we'd love to hear from you. We plan to run stories on several in-plants that have benefited from new creasers, folders, cutters, stitchers and other finishing equipment.

The influx of high-end digital printers has caused many in-plants to reassess their old bindery equipment, most of which was not built to handle toner pages. For example, when MIT Copytech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology added a Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C8000, manager Steve Dimond wanted the quality of the folds to match the press's stunning output, so his in-plant added a Duplo 645 slitter/cutter/creaser.

"The work was going to be of a higher quality and higher standard, so we wanted to have the right finishing equipment to go along with that," he remarks, a sentiment shared by many in-plants.

To share the news of your in-plant's recent bindery acquisitions, please email us the details.

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