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Customer Testimonial from Formax

Posted by Michael White on

When an on-demand print and binding shop in Nebraska wanted to upgrade its in-house capabilities, Mike White of Document Finishing Resources/ Justbinding stepped in to help. This Formax Dealer suggested two solutions: the Atlas C300 Automatic Creaser/Folder, and the Cut-True 29H Hydraulic Guillotine Cutter We recently spoke with Alicia, the shop's Bindery Manager, who described how these additions have helped streamline their operations and take on more business. Wave Goodbye to Hand-Folding Creased and folded jobs are a mainstay in the on-demand print business. Digital prints benefit from creasing prior to folding, which provides a professional-quality finished piece without cracking....

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Universal Punch Pattern is Here

Posted by Michael White on

GAME CHANGER UNIVERSAL PUNCH PATTERN Interchangeable Die Module Rhin-O-Tuff Onyx HD 7000 Series and HD 6500  Create Virtually Any Binding Punch Pattern with Rhin-O-Tuff’s New Interchangeable Die Module

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ONYX HD 7100 BINDING PUNCH FIRST TO GET UNIVERSAL DIE

Posted by Arthur Cooper on

New Interchangeable Module Allows Heavy Duty Model To Create Virtually Any Punch Pattern* Over the past decades, a number of mechanical binding technologies evolved to meet the needs of the on-demand printing, demonstrating both the creative power of the free market, and also the risk that the market can get out of hand. Today, the selection of popular mechanical binding methods includes double wire wire-o, plastic coil, metal coil, and Velobind. To this we can add a whole range of standard pitches: 2:1, 3:1, 4:1, .2475", 5:1, 6mm and 2.5: 1. There are at least 20 possibilities. While it may...

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