Nupress of Miami adds perfect binding capabilities with a new AmigoPlus
Press release from the issuing company
June 3, 2004 -- One of Miami’s fastest growing printers has expanded its bindery capabilities with a new AmigoPlus perfect binder. The Muller Martini system is now producing soft cover books in the recently expanded facility of Nupress.
Capable of producing up to 1,500 units per hour, AmigoPlus features Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) to simplify and accelerate makereadies. In fact, it can be run by a single operator. Those factors make it an idea short-run solution.
Meanwhile, AmigoPlus delivers quality results by utilizing features found on Muller Martini’s larger machines. For instance, AmigoPlus provides individual back and side gluing for a more durable book, as well as four-line cover scoring to enhance both appearance and functionality.
Running three eight-hour shifts, seven days a week, Nupress offers a full-range of printing services from its 50,000 sq ft facility, which is growing in both size and scope of services.
“Understanding that ‘printing’ is not a single handed service but a process, Nupress has structured its operation to offer the full spectrum, from the most advanced lithography, binding and prepress technologies, to a newly formed service of fulfillment around the nation and abroad,” the company states. “Those capabilities make Nupress a diverse company, allowing it to deliver Miami's finest collateral materials to a respected group of large-scale companies, small business and individuals.”
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