MBO America

Reducing Steps and Increasing Productivity with Rotary Diecutting
May 30, 2019 at 4:45 pm

Facing increased volume demands from a major customer, Zenger Group, a leading Northeastern commercial printer, needed to make a major change to its existing production process. In this webinar, you’ll learn how Zenger Group replaced a multi-step slitting and high die card finishing line with a high-speed BSR 550 Servo Rotary Diecutter from MBO America. With its help, Zenger Group increased the productivity of its CR80-size card production line and lowered labor costs significantly.

High-Speed Changes Everything
March 22, 2019 at 7:57 am

What happens when a commercial print and mail house invests in a high-speed inkjet press, but doesn’t have the finishing capabilities to match? They installed MBO America’s high-speed web fed finishing line and that changes everything! “We had to have the absolute fastest finishing equipment available. That meant MBO.” Learn more about Design Distributors and MBO America’s journey by downloading MBO America’s latest white paper.

Upgrade to Cutting-Edge Finishing
November 28, 2018 at 5:20 pm

Your company is growing fast. You offer a wide variety of production solutions that your competition doesn’t offer. You’re not bleeding edge, but you are cutting edge. You’ve decided to invest in high-speed inkjet printing technology to stay out in front. What’s your next step? Download the latest white paper from MBO America to learn how upgrading your finishing department can complete your high-speed production inkjet business today.

Flexible Perforating for Fast Paced Finishing
September 26, 2018 at 4:32 pm

More than any other value-adding finishing step, perforating makes print interactive. When perforated sections are pulled from direct mail pieces and other kinds of printed matter, things start to happen. People pay their bills. They order products and services. Static perforating on standard die-cutting equipment still has an important role to play in postprint processing. Today, however, perforating also needs the flexibility to keep up with digital printing demands.