Three new paper creasers have been added to MBM's line of digital finishing equipment. The icrease series, consisting of PRO, EXCEL and AIR, will debut at GRAPH EXPO 14 in Chicago.
There was a distinct air of optimism in the halls of McCormick Place South, and Paul Hudson, president and owner of Hudson Printing, could feel it.
EFI proved that "what happens in Vegas doesn't have to stay in Vegas," especially for the roughly 800 attendees who could select from more than 150 breakout and training sessions at the EFI Connect users' group meeting held here Jan. 15-18 at the Wynn Las Vegas. Sessions covered MIS/ERP software, Web-to-print systems, industrial inkjet printers and Fiery technology.
Not all print shop proprietors have weighed in on the industry’s
most pressing question, whether to go “all in” or hedge their bets
on digital printing technology. If you plan on catering to
both disciplines, having finishing capabilities that speak to the
needs of conventional and digital printing is
At GRAPH EXPO 2012, MBM Corp. will debut the next generation Aerocut—the G2—that offers increased speed and enhanced functionality, including cross-perfing and an improved digital interface.
The Triumph 4860 ET cutter from MBM Corp., will be introduced at GRAPH EXPO 2012. The system features an intuitive touch-pad module that controls the backgauge and stores 99 programs in memory. Patented two-step blade activation bars feature separate trigger points for the blade and clamp, and the SCS safety package includes an IR beam curtain.
Binding and finishing news from Printing Impressions’ December 2011 edition, featuring items on J.C. Weir Inc., Miniature Folding, Modern Litho-Print and Spiel Associates.
Instead of seeing a gaggle of tire kickers, the printers and trade finishers who perused McCormick Place South during Graph Expo 2011 had more sober intentions. There is clearly pent-up demand in the marketplace, particularly for finishing equipment.
Countless binding and finishing technology providers were candid in their positive assessments of how the scene went down in McCormick Place South. It wasn’t all cartwheels and champagne popping, but this year’s Graph Expo did exceed the expectations of many.