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Muller Martini’s "Investment Protection" engineering model to be demonstrated at Print 13

Friday, September 06, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Booth #831 will showcase component-driven bindery solutions including the award-winning Presto II Digital Saddle Stitcher

As Muller Martini finalizes its preparation for the Print 13 show, their “investment protection” pledge has received a third-party commendation. Muller’s Presto II Digital Saddle Stitching System was recently named a Print 13 Must See ‘Em Award Winner in the Post-Press and Inline Finishing category. The saddle stitcher’s multiple component configurations offer significant investment protection as they allow print shops and binderies to increase their capabilities as business needs and budgets permit. Even a machine equipped for conventional operation can be expanded for digital manufacturing use.

In addition to the Presto II Digital Saddle Stitcher, other “investment-protected” equipment and services available for review in Muller’s booth include:

  • Solit Three-Knife Trimmer. With just a three-minute makeready, the industry’s fastest, this 4,500 cph mid-line trimmer has the unique ability to intake multiple formats and is designed to perform in both offset and digital production environments. Booth visitors will receive a free personal journal that’s been trimmed on the Solit.
  • MMServices. Investment protection is also available for legacy equipment. MMServices representatives will be on-hand to provide customized reports which detail the machines that can be retrofitted and upgraded in order to increase their productivity and grow revenue.
  • Component Design. The base-only of Muller’s popular perfect binder, the Alegro, will illustrate Muller’s new engineering platform since it provides the foundation for a wide range of add-on components or workstations. Each component is servo-driven and individually controlled so not only is there less wear and tear, but capabilities can be expanded without having to dismantle the entire machine.
  • MM Movie Theatre. Using an interactive Q&A format that combines brief presentations with machine demos, visitors can learn more about the trends that are driving the industry, and the finishing equipment that’s capable of facilitating both change and business growth.

Commented Muller spokesperson Anthony Quaranta, “What we want visitors to the Muller booth to come away with is a new perspective when they consider an equipment purchase, a perspective that helps them better prepare for their future. Muller Martini has always been at the forefront in utilizing research to develop and design equipment that accommodates industry trends. So our clients aren’t forced to react to a changing market—they’re actually participating in its creation, but at their own pace. We think—and build—ahead so our clients aren’t caught playing catch-up.”

Print 13 takes place September 8-12, 2013 at Chicago’s McCormick Place. Muller Martini’s theme at this year’s show is “Investment Protection. Make Ready for Change.” Muller’s engineers and product specialists will be on hand in Booth #831 to demonstrate manufacturing technology that’s been designed to grow as business grows, through components that add capabilities to accommodate dual production output.

 

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