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New Morgana DocuMaster Speeds Digital Print Finishing

Press release from the issuing company

June 15, 2007 -- The introduction of the new Morgana DocuMaster underlines the company’s reputation for providing innovative solutions to the problems of digital print finishing.

The DocuMaster is a fully automated finishing system that can crease, produce booklets and perforate. It eliminates the time-consuming necessity to take pre-creased work and hand feed it into a bookletmaker, thus cutting time and manpower by half. It will take pre-collated output from any digital print engine.

The suction feed mechanism of the DocuMaster can handle a range of different weights – up to a maximum of 120 lbs - within the same collated set.

The latest software enables the user to first select the number of sheets in a booklet and then to decide whether it is the top and/or the bottom sheet that needs to be creased. Middle sheets can also be creased, but are normally fed uncreased into the bookletmaker. Once having fed the number of sheets needed to make a complete set, a signal from the creaser activates the bookletmaker. An optional Square Back System (SBS) that produces a finished booklet with a perfect bound appearance can also be supplied.

In keeping with a product designed for the digital environment, Morgana has made the DocuMaster very easy to set up and to operate, so that there is little or no wastage.

The DocuMaster will produce approximately 1000 booklets per hour, depending on size.