Jacksonville, FL – February 19, 2007. A new concept for perfect binding will be demonstrated at Graphics of the Americas 2007. The “PBS-6000” can bind soft cover books, hard cover books, and lay-flat books with minimal set-up or format changes. The system is semi-automatic and has a realistic production rate of one bind every twenty seconds. The binder has integral milling/notching and paper dust vacuum systems. It includes soft and hard cover clamping bars, as well as a casing-in system for hard cover books. The MSRP is $7,450 USD.
For graphics professionals on a more limited budget, the “PBS-2000” is a tabletop unit that can perfect bind soft cover and hard cover lay-flat books. It’s semi-automatic and has an integral notching system to ensure book strength. The MSRP is $4,450 USD.
“Our new concept is to offer heavy-duty book making solutions that are value priced. With just a few minutes of training, anyone can easily produce retail-quality books.” said Frank Millis, President of ExactBind Corporation. This is a significant development for graphics professionals, digital printers, binderies, schools, and photographers. It allows for the quick customization of on-demand and short-run books.
ExactBind “Professional Binding Systems” currently supports over twenty dealer/support centers in North America. The product line includes perfect binders, hard case makers, laminators, guillotine cutters, and high-quality book making supplies.
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