Visitors to Muller Martini Booth #10543 can “Experience the Magic” with live demonstrations of Finishing 4.0 technologies.
Complex finishing challenges disappear as Muller Martini’s Finishing 4.0 portfolio performs live at Printing United in Dallas, October 23-25. A variety of finished samples, featuring runs of one, touchless workflow and zero makeready, will be produced by:
• Presto II Digital. This singular saddle stitching solution can efficiently process highly-complex direct mailers, catalogs and other products that contain varying thickness, run size, and/or personalization.
• Vareo. The versatile Vareo perfect binder has been in high demand since its launch in 2015. It shows off its feeding flexibility as well as next-generation Volumetric PUR nozzle technology.
• InfiniTrim. Already embraced by leading industry book providers, this three-knife trimmer produces an incredible 2,000 books hourly, whether a product is of variable thickness or variable size, with zero setup and no manual intervention.
• Endsheet Tipper. This first-of-its-kind technology delivers complete book block automation for either digital or conventional production.
Product managers will also be available to discuss Connex, Muller Martini’s 24/7 production monitoring tool which delivers KPIs on the fly throughout the entire production process, from file to finished product, as well as MMServices, Muller’s highly popular suite of productivity improvement programs.
In addition, on Wednesday, October 23, Andy Fetherman, Muller Martini’s Vice President of Sales and Technology, will share his industry expertise during two panel discussions, “Book Industry Update: Digital Printing, Finishing Options and More” and “Developments in Finishing for Commercial Printing,” where attendees can learn more about the changing dynamics of finishing and production workflow.
Also, in keeping with Muller Martini’s “Experience the Magic” theme, Dallas-based magician Brian Masters will appear at Muller Martini’s Blue Hour, October 23 and 24 at 3 p.m. and perform sleight of hand and other astounding illusions. Brian has worked with a variety of clients, including Google, Microsoft, Coca Cola, Hewlett Packard, and AT&T.