Muller Martini’s Diamant MC Bookline Now at Work in 23 Countries
“We were looking for a machine that could provide uniform quality and got a machine that also enables an output of considerably larger quantities of books. It provides the prerequisites to increase business into the future,” reports photo book producer Jacco Buurmann from Albumprinter in the Netherlands.
Jürgen Weber, head of finishing at the calendar and notebook producer Geiger in Wiesbaden, likes the repeatability of the job settings. “The servo motors provide the fastest and most accurate machine adjustments that can be retrieved identically over and over again. That means the very first book in a production is of the highest quality.”
Constructive solutions for special products
The users appreciate the manifold of possibilities the Diamant MC has to offer. There is hardly any special product that it cannot produce. Whether it is standard books, photo books or CD booklets, the Diamant MC is the ideal means of production. Muller Martini approaches the task for new product models in the most constructive way.
“No product was too unusual for Muller Martini to come up with a solution for efficient production,” said company representative and production manager Franz Eisenmann of Baier & Schneider in Heilbronn, Germany.
Continuing to be Number One through constant progress and development
The Muller Martini Book Technology team in Bad Mergentheim, Germany makes sure that the Diamant MC remains the Number One bookline worldwide by constant updating. Development on the Diamant MC is a continuous progress, always in dialog with customers.
One of these exchanges, for example, led to the creation of the Tandem station, which offers headband changes without empty cycles. The fast change-over is shortened even more by the variable case feeding station. The automatically adjustable case forming iron also contributes to change-over reduction. The goal is no downtime—while maintaining the highest quality standard.