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RP Graphics adds Morgana DigiFold PRO and Watkiss PowerSquare 200 from Sydney Stone

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

RP Graphics Group recently added a Watkiss PowerSquare 200 booklet maker and Morgana DigiFold PRO creaser/folder. Invited to an Open House in December 2012 George Mazzaferro was immediately intrigued by the capabilities and what they could offer to his sales and his production teams. 

“We are excited to build upon our partnership with Sydney Stone," said James Marvin, Director of Operations at RP Graphics Group. "RP Graphics is committed to leveraging the latest technology to better serve our clients.  The Watkiss PowerSquare will bring new efficiencies to our booklet production, allowing us to offer our clients new and innovative solutions to their binding needs”

The Watkiss PowerSquare 200 offers booklet making up to 200 page books in one pass with stitch, fold, spine press and face trim. The fully automated touch screen setup enables a variety of different users to operate the unit with ease. The Morgana DigiFold PRO offers a high speed creaser and folder with fully automatic touch screen setup, able to process work from 100lb up to 16 point the DigiFold PRO ensures a clean, crack free fold on digitally or offset printed brochures.

“We had George in originally at an Open House event we hosted and as soon as he saw the PowerSquare 200 samples and the Morgana DigiFold PRO setup he know these would be welcome additions for his production and his sales teams.  They also had equipment to trade in which is welcome with us as we offer both new and reconditioned equipment.” Said Michael Steele Co-Owner of Sydney Stone.


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