Conquest Bindery supplements its services with a new Presto saddle stitcher from Muller Martini
Press release from the issuing company
August 13, 2004 -- Plymouth, Minnesota — Conquest Bindery, Inc. is enhancing its booklet making capabilities with the addition of a new Presto saddle stitching system from Muller Martini.
The new addition will help Conquest handle shorter runs more efficiently, the result of its fast makeready features. The innovations include Programmable Logic Controls that guide operators through the set-up sequence and outside hand wheels that further accelerate job-to-job adjustments.
Producing at the top rate of 9,000 cycles per hour, Presto features flat pile feeders for fast and convenient loading and can be expanded with up to 10 feeding stations.
Conquest Bindery boasts a nine-year track record of serving Midwest printers. Its services include cutting, folding, collating, booklet making, drilling, and shrink wrapping.
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