Way back in 2012, I wrote a blog about vision systems in the bindery. Well, it’s late 2016, and I’m feeling this needs a refresh. If I could name one technology that wasn’t around in finishing 30 years ago, but is now (in a big way), it would be machine vision.
The Finish Line
The manufacture of hard-cover books has never been more advanced or accessible for the average printer.
We are smack in the middle of a massive shift from offset to digital print.
Knowing how that press sheet becomes a finished, saleable end-product will make you a much smarter and more successful salesperson.
We see tons of packaging in retail every day, but luxury packaging is a different breed.
In the second part of "A Guide to Buying Digital Finishing Systems," Don Piontek continues to share his experience to help you make the best finishing decision for your operation. In part two, he focuses on two key questions: when should you choose in-line versus off-line? And, how much automation do you need?