Muller Martini to Present Live Demonstrations of Automated Press Delivery Technologies
HAUPPAUGE, NY— June 15, 2007—As visitors to Muller Martini’s Graph Expo booth #3863 will see, today’s advanced and highly automated press delivery technology can make workflow more efficient in a number of ways. The result can be reduced operational costs, and ultimately, increased profits.
During the Graph Expo show, Muller Martini will be presenting live demonstrations of a press delivery configuration consisting of a Topveyor overhead conveyor, along with the company’s new Preciso rotary trimmer, and a Vivo horizontal log bundler.
“The ability to process printed products between press and finishing in the fastest, most reliable and least labor-intensive way can significantly increase profitability for printers and binderies, especially if they’re using automated press delivery solutions to their fullest advantages,” said Jeff Woloshyn, Product Manager-Press Delivery, Muller Martini Corp. “By viewing our equipment demonstrations during this year’s Graph Expo show, the marketplace will see why it’s so important that signatures are prepared properly before they get to the finishing stage. They’ll also see how leading-edge press delivery technology from Muller Martini can provide superior operational flow, higher speed and the industry’s best bundle quality...all of which can reduce waste, save paper, boost job turnaround speed, and lower expensive manpower requirements.”
Muller Martini press delivery systems are available with AMRYS (Automatic Make-Ready System) technology that can decrease set-up times by as much as 50%, allowing such job parameters as size, format and strapping specifications to be pre-set automatically so one job can conclude and the next one can begin in literally moments. Muller Martini is also the only company in the industry to offer MACOS, a proprietary JDF/JMF compatible Master Control System that provides single-station control over the entire press delivery operation. MACOS electronically integrates equipment throughout the line, sending signals back and forth, continuously matching press speed to press delivery machinery, monitoring the flow of signatures, and performing many other functions to ensure that the least waste possible is generated and overages are kept to a minimum.