Durselen Drill To Be Featured During Demonstration Of Muller Martini Bolero Perfect Binder At Print '05
Press release from the issuing company
Hauppauge, New York – The Durselen PB.12 Gantry high performance in-line paper drilling system is among the most technologically advanced drilling solutions in the world. During Print '05, September 9-15, 2005 in Chicago, Illinois, show visitors can see the PB.12 live as part of the United States demonstration debut of the new Muller Martini Model 3028 Bolero perfect binder.
The Durselen PB.12 Gantry is specially designed for in-line operation and processes, integrating with perfect binders and also with stitching machines. PB.12 provides fast and highly efficient production by eliminating time-consuming manual drilling while reducing labor expenses associated with moving and handling products.
The PB.12 can drill piles of products up to 3” in height at a very impressive output of 1,200 cycles per hour. In addition, multiple PB.12 units can be linked by conveyors to handle higher output rates and provide further production speed and flexibility. Products move through the PB.12 paper drilling system from front to back, underneath the gantry positioned drilling beam, enabling high output on a small footprint. For jobs without holes, the products pass through the PB.12 without drilling operation.
To maximize job diversity as well as product quality and operational productivity, the Durselen PB.12 Gantry is suitable for any file hole pattern and it is equipped with superior paper drilling features, including: touchscreen for easy programming; drill bit cooling and lubrication; continuously variable stroke and spindle speed; programmed drill belt as drilling support; and drill bit breaking sensors.
Visitors to Print '05 are urged to stop by the Muller Martini exhibit (booth #4018, McCormick Place South Building) and view the Durselen PB.12 Gantry paper drill in an in-line configuration as part of a live demonstration of the new Model 3028 Bolero perfect binding system.
Print '05 is the world's largest exhibition of equipment, supplies and services for commercial printing, package printing and converting. Print '05 takes place from September 9-15, 2005 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.
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