Duplo to Showcase Extended Finishing Capabilities at GRAPH EXPO
SANTA ANA, CA—September 20, 2012—At this year’s GRAPH EXPO, Duplo USA is set to exhibit a number of new and exciting finishing solutions—showcasing more capabilities than ever before, all in one booth! Attendees are invited to stop by booth #2221 and check out the full range of solutions for the short-run to the high production printer.
Saddle Stitching and Bookletmaking Systems
In the bookletmaking area, visitors can expect to see a full range of solutions to meet today’s digital printer demands including the recently-released DBMi Saddle System. First in its class to deliver letter landscape booklets, the DBMi combines PC-based programming and intelligent feeding with state-of-the-art scoring and folding technology to produce thicker, flatter books up to 4,500 books an hour. Three-knife trimming capabilities can be added with the optional DKT-200 Two-Knife Trimmer and gutter cutter, which can also process two-up applications—boosting its production up to 9,000 books an hour!
On exhibit for the first time will be the 350 Digital Booklet System, featuring the new DSF-2200 Sheet Feeder and the optional DSS-350 Square Spine module with the mid-range DBM-350 Bookletmaker. Feeding up to 200 sheets per minute, the DSF-2200 Sheet Feeder comes loaded with a range of high-end features including Duplo’s own belt-suction feed system, front- and side-air separation, an anti-static device and ultrasonic double-feed detection for enhanced feed reliability. It feeds increased paper sizes up to 14x20” (or 9.05x24” via optional extension tray kit) and offers a variety of options including a trail edge air kit, pre-loading kit, and barcode readers to read 1D and 2D barcodes.
Additionally, the DFS-3500 Full-Bleed Bookletmaking System, the 500Pro Digital Booklet System, configuring the DSF-5000 Sheet Feeder with the high-end DBM-500 Bookletmaker, as well as the 120C Booklet System, incorporating the DSC-10/20 Suction Collator with the entry-level DBM-120 Bookletmaker, will be on the show floor.