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NU E-Z Custom Bindery reduces make-ready time 50% with Muller Martini Bravo-T saddle stitcher

Monday, May 08, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Hackensack, New Jersey – As every bindery knows, efficient use of time is one of the essential elements impacting the profitability, growth potential and overall success of a binding operation. Since installing a Muller Martini Bravo-T saddle stitcher, NU E-Z Custom Bindery has slashed make-ready time in half. “Our operational speed has doubled,” says George Giamonco, Plant Manager. Among the benefits are more productive use of manpower, faster turnaround of binding projects to better fulfill the deadline demands of customers, and the capability for NU E-Z to put more jobs on its production schedule. NU E-Z Custom Bindery handles an array of binding needs for trade accounts...including die cutting, folding, saddle stitching, wire-o binding, padding, and shrink wrapping. Besides the productivity enhancements, Mr. Giamonco decided on the Bravo-T stitcher because of the confidence he has in Muller Martini. “I have been dealing with Muller Martini for over 15 years, [they offer] a better machine, excellent support and training...and the product price was right.” The Bravo-T saddle stitcher has been engineered to deliver speed and increased efficiency to busy shops, running at up to 11,000 cycles per hour and featuring PLC assisted controls and a menu-guided screen for quick and easy set-ups and changeovers. Bravo-T comes equipped with a three-knife trimmer and with its modular design, it can be expanded at any time to feed up to 14 signatures or 12 signatures with a cover folder feeder – meeting the requirements of growing printing and binding businesses. In addition to the fastest make-readies of any medium-speed saddle stitcher on the market, the Muller Martini Bravo-T offers the highest price-performance ratio of any stitcher in its class. Other key advantages include: gripper and suction opening; individual 1:2/1:1 gearing; heavy-duty in-line single book trimmer; and frequency controlled drive.

 

 

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