BINDERY matters

According to company President Bill Seidl, the plant expansion will result in shorter turnaround times due to less material movement and more intelligent flow of work between equipment. “We are excited at the efficiencies this expansion will provide us,” Seidl remarks. “Our customers will experience shorter turnaround times for many of their projects, and our employees will spend less time and energy moving material. It is a true win-win for both Seidl’s Bindery and our customers.”

quick cuts

Ross Bindery in Stanta Fe Springs, CA has installed a new Rollem continuous feed TR in-line die-scoring system and is considering a second TR continuous feed unit.

A new 32˝ MBO Perfection folder has been installed by education and trade book manufacturer Malloy Inc., located in Ann Arbor, MI. The new cone guide system on the Perfection folder allows the sheet to come instantly in contact with the guide, allowing faster registration and higher running speeds. The return sheet device on the 16-page unit also allows it to run at speeds of up to 14,000 sph.

Powell Offset Service, Austin, TX, recently installed a Muller Martini Presto saddlestitcher. Powell Offset is a family owned sheetfed business with approximately 20 employees.

Liberty Graphic Productions, located in New Hope, MN, has installed a Polar 115X cutter from Heidelberg. The new system replaces an older Polar cutter and is being used to produce general commercial work within the shop.

In Chicagoland, Triangle Printers has replaced a Sheridan/Harris six-pocket stitcher with a six-pocket Muller Martini Presto saddlestitching system featuring an integrated cover folder/feeder.

Reno, NV-based Registered Ink Printing is now running an automated Polar 115XT Autotrim cutting system complete with Stacklift, Jogger and Transomat Unloader to complement an existing Polar 92ED cutting system.

LAK Advertising, a full-service advertising, print and fulfillment firm, recently added a 30˝ Rollem TR die-score system with a 24˝ double head rollaway for two-directional scoring, perforating and slitting.

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