Seidl’s Bindery Adds Tag Stringing Capabilities
HOUSTON—Sept. 26, 2011—Seidl’s Bindery, a full-service binding and finishing solutions provider serving printers across America, has added tag stringing to its host of finishing solutions. With a new tag-stringing machine recently installed, Seidl’s can now create a variety of value-added applications for stitched, glued, folded and other printed pieces.
The new machine, which features production speeds of up to 8,000 cycle/hour on select applications, allows for the efficient creation of tag-stringed pieces. The new tag stringing solution can be applied to products ranging in size from 1.5x2.5" to 8.5x14". Loop length options run the gamut from 1" all the way up to 6", and string material options include both yarn and elastic.
Seidl’s Bindery’s tag stringing applications can enhance a variety of different pieces, including folded, single sheet, pasted booklets, and other formats. Common tag stringing applications include hangers or tags for bottlenecks, clothing and point-of-purchase packaging items.
“Tag stringing is a welcome addition to our ever-growing family of finishing capabilities,” said Bill Seidl, president of Seidl’s Bindery. “We look forward to the opportunity to offer high-quality, efficient tag stringing solutions to printers everywhere.”
About Seidl’s Bindery
Located in Houston, Seidl’s Bindery is a leading provider of a complete range of postpress services, including tag stringing, die cutting, PUR adhesive binding, mechanical binding (including Wire-O and plastic spiral), foil stamping, embossing, saddle stitching, fugitive and remoistenable gluing, index tabbing and more.