The new high-performance Primera 160 guarantees optimum production reliability
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
As the most powerful saddle stitcher in the mid-range segment, the Primera 160 saddle stitcher from Muller Martini is an extremely versatile piece of equipment and, thanks to comprehensive process monitoring, it provides a high level of production reliability.
The high net output of 16,000 cycles per hour in all run lengths and wide range of sizes makes the Primera 160 a powerful all-round machine. Thanks to its ergonomic design and modern control concept, the Primera is extremely user-friendly and is quick to set up. Machine operators particularly appreciate the clearly laid-out setup wizard, which considerably reduces the setup time to a mere seven-step process.
Covering Two Automation Classes
The feeder, gathering chain, stitching machine and three-knife trimmer are all synchronized automatically on the Primera C160 and the optimum engaging positions can be calculated using the sizes submitted. The units are then automatically engaged in the correct duty cycle.
The Primera E160 features the fully automated AMRYS size setup solution (Automatic Make Ready System). The feeder, stitching machine, three-knife trimmer and stacker are quickly and automatically set to the required size and synchronized, which means this saddle stitcher is set up and ready to produce the new job in the shortest possible time.
Single Gathering Chain Ensures High Productivity
Customized Product Make-up
A versatile conversion trolley means that folder feeders, signature feeders and merchandise tippers are incredibly easy to transfer so the machine can be prepared for the new job. The new 0382 mobile merchandise tipper increases the number of product make-up variations; it can be quickly inserted into any position without much extra work to produce cards, merchandise samples and CDs
Production Reliability is the Key
Thanks to the Connex workflow system from Muller Martini, the Primera 160 is quick to integrate into the digital workflow, and the new Connex information system logs the current production data and displays it on a desktop or large screen.
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