Spiral Binding

Spiral James Burn Marks Fifth Acquisition in Three Years with NSC International
January 21, 2015

Completing its fifth acquisition in three years, Spiral James Burn has acquired Hot Springs, AR-based NSC International. NSC International has been a supplier to binding and laminating marketing worldwide since 1960. Through the years, its product line has evolved to include wide-format digital printing machines and supplies that produce on-demand signage and display graphics.

Spiral James Burn to Exhibit at PRINT 13
August 2, 2013

At PRINT 13 in Chicago next month, Spiral James Burn (Spiral Binding) will be showcasing several postpress document finishing solutions. The company will also demo an “On-Demand Calendar Application” starting with a high-speed automatic punch, followed by a sheet counter, a high-speed wire binder, and then completed with a shrink wrap system.

Supplier News
September 1, 2012

Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ September 2012 edition.

Graph Expo Review: Postpress - Leveraging the New Normal
October 1, 2011

Instead of seeing a gaggle of tire kickers, the printers and trade finishers who perused McCormick Place South during Graph Expo 2011 had more sober intentions. There is clearly pent-up demand in the marketplace, particularly for finishing equipment.

BINDERY matters
September 1, 2010

Binding and finishing news from Printing Impressions' September 2010 edition, including items on Napco, UniGraphic and Binding Industries Association.

Spiral to Introduce the New Paperlock Binding System
July 31, 2009

This revolutionary new binding system is attractive, eco-friendly and secure. Using paper punched on a traditional plastic comb binding system, the Paperlock™ binding system inserts a patented Papercomb™ that securely binds your documents.

BINDERY matters
February 1, 2009

Printing Impressions' Bindery and Postpress News for February 2009

Star Print & Mail -- Ready, Willing and Able
November 1, 2008

There are 27 employees at Star Print & Mail, including a programmer who specializes in postal issues, such as mailing rates, as well as variable data projects. The company, which was established in 1906 and whose original claim to fame included producing racy burlesque posters for New York and Philadelphia saloons, offers offset and digital printing, a complete bindery and a wide range of mailing services. Clients include national and local corporations, colleges and universities, ad agencies, non-profit groups and general commercial accounts. Interestingly, with all the services that Star Print has to offer, there is no marketing person.

September 1, 2007

Baum Going Strong at 90 SIDNEY, OH—Baumfolder Corp. is marking its 90th anniversary, having begun operations here in 1917. The company started out as a maker of floor-model paper folders, but has diversified into manufacturing and/or distributing a wide range of products, including tabletop folders, paper drills and paper cutters. Printers Get a Second Look At Lenticular, Courtesy KBA WILLISTON, VT—KBA North America recently held a second seminar on lenticular printing and prepress work at its headquarters here. This special printing technique gives the impression of 3D, flip or motion effects by printing an image on the back side of lenticular plastic. The four-day seminar featured a

GRAPH EXPO 2007 Pre-Show Product Preview
August 1, 2007

Here’s an exclusive, PRE-SHOW PREVIEW showcasing new products submitted by many of the exhibitors that will be displaying their wares next month in Chicago. Colter & Peterson will showcase the BASA 3, which features an automatic jogging system that can automatically form layers of printed sheets, align them accurately and transport them to the subsequent cutting process. The BASA 3 is appropriate for paper from 16-lb. bond to 125-lb. tag, and is effective when combined with a modern, rear-table-feeding system. Existing gripper transport systems can be retrofitted. Visit www.piworld.com/infocenter: enter #377 MBO America will introduce the Super KTZ, featuring a knife-folding unit that