Bravo S saddle stitcher in the Southwest
Carrollton, Texas -- Trend Offset Printing has installed a new Bravo S saddle stitcher to its Southwest Division plant. The system converts signatures into completed books at the rate of 12,000 cycles per hour.
Equipped with a central control console and a programmable memory, Bravo S automates makeready to speed set-up and changeover time between jobs. Its sequential start-up and runout capabilities minimizes start-up waste.
Located near Dallas, the 160,000 square-foot Carrollton facility of Trend Offset is designed as a one-stop printing, binding, and mailing center. Trend Texas offers complete Pre-Press, Computer-to-Plate, Heat Set and Cold Set Printing, Bindery, Mail and Distribution services.
"The proximity of our Carrollton facility to the major postal facility in the heart of the United States ensures efficient nationwide distribution of time-sensitive material," the company states. Trend Offset is headquartered in Los Alamitos, California. Its Southeast Division is located in Jacksonville, Florida.
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