DFW Suburban Newspapers adds a BravoPlus TV from Muller Martini
Press release from the issuing company
May 13, 2003 -- Arlington, Texas — DFW Suburban Newspapers, serving readers in Texas’ Dallas-Fort Worth region, has installed a BravoPlus TV saddle stitching system by Muller Martini.
BravoPlus is Muller Martini’s newest saddle stitching system, and the TV model is specially configured to speed the production of television guides printed by and distributed with newspapers.
The system is capable of producing guides at the rate of 13,000 copies per hour, and features a variety of makeready advancements designed to speed changeover between runs. BravoPlus’ automated advantages include touch screen operation and a series of production controls located throughout the system that automatically assure the quality of every book.
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