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Duplo releases new finishing products

Friday, April 08, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Duplo releases two new finishing products:

DF-777 Automatic Folder

Duplo has released the latest addition to its line of tabletop folders, the DF-777 Automatic Folder. Utilizing its durable and patented friction feed system, the DF-777 offers automated setups, making it fast and easy to process jobs without any manual adjustments required.

The DF-777 folds documents such as brochures, menus, letters, and invoices at up to 135 sheets per minute. Users can select from six preprogrammed folds for touch-and-go folding or customize their own for non-standard folds. Cross folding is also possible for documents that require right-angle folds. Perfect for any office, church, and school environment.  

DSC-10/20 Suction Collator

Duplo also introduces the DSC-10/20 Suction Collator, the affordable and heavy-duty solution designed for both offset and digitally-printed applications. Utilizing Duplo’s own patented feed system, this 10-bin collator handles a wide range of paper, from bond to coated stock, as well as offset and digital output.

An off-line collating and bookletmaking system can process jobs at a much faster speed than in-line or near-line solutions, while also having the capability to accept output from multiple printers.  Up to two DSC-10/20 Suction Collator towers can be connected and configured with any Duplo bookletmaker (DBM-120, DBM-350, and DBM-500 Bookletmakers). As the need to upgrade arises, the DSC-10/20 provides a modular solution to meet any production requirement.


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