Muller Martini, Colter & Peterson and MBO America to Link Up at Graph Expo
HAUPPAUGE, NY—MBO America, Colter & Peterson and Muller Martini are inviting Graph Expo attendees to see the latest technologies from all three companies, all in one location at the show.Visitors to booth #1229 can view a comprehensive 15,000 square-foot representation of finishing technologies that can all perform together to enhance workflow speed, efficiency and overall capabilities for graphic arts businesses large and small. Common walkways within the booth will make it convenient for Graph Expo attendees to move from one area to the next.
“Our flagship Perfection folders, fully automated with MBO’s Rapidset computerized make-ready system, will command our offering at Graph Expo,” said Dr. Peter A. Weiss, President and CEO of MBO America. “Graph Expo is a premier show, and the best venue to showcase the versatilities of our technologies in this unprecedented and significant cooperation of our three companies. It’s important that Graph Expo visitors are able to see that several manufacturers of postpress solutions have state-of-the-art machines that not only work extremely well in combination, but also can provide the productivity advantages of digital workflow.”
In addition to Perfection folders, MBO will also display a diverse array of other equipment, including the U.S. debut of its workhorse B21 buckle folder now available with RAPIDSET foldrollers and buckle plates, an Ehret high speed sheeter, the Bograma die-cutting, punching and trimming machine and a Theisen & Bonitz collator with a stitch, fold and 3-side trimming unit. And as is the case with Muller Martini, and Colter & Peterson equipment, MBO machines are CIP4 and JDF compatible.
Colter & Peterson will be displaying an all-new paper cutting system designed for one-person operation. The system consists of a Baumann BASA automatic jogging/feeding unit, a 45” Wohlenberg Pro Tec paper cutter and a Baumann automatic unloader. Colter & Peterson will also be highlighting its 45” Saber cutter and its 36” Prism cutters.