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Fife print firm invests in PUR binding

Fife Print & Sign Centre has invested in its first PUR binding system, a Digibook 150, purchased from finishing expert Morgana Systems.

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The DigiBook 150 PUR binding system

The firm made the decision to invest in the new machinery following an increase in customer demand for perfect binding.

The DigiBook 150 is an entry level PUR binder and is suited to traditional and digital printers which require short runs of PUR perfect bound books to a professional standard.

The binder features a patented closed gluing system where the spine and side gluing is applied by a slot applicator for high binding quality and accuracy.

Capable of binding 150 books per hour, Natalie Magee, managing director of Fife Print & Signs Centre, says the firm now has a sufficient volume of work to justify the investment of its own machine.

The entry level version of the DigiBook is just fine for the quantities we need to produce right now

“The entry level version of the DigiBook is just fine for the quantities we need to produce right now, but if that increases significantly in the future, we will look to trade this model back for a faster machine,” Magee says.

Ray Hillhouse, vice-president offline businesses at Morgana, adds: “Our friends at Fife Print & Sign Centre have been users of Morgana equipment for some time, and it is a delight to see them continually expanding their product offering.

“Our comprehensive DigiBook range of PUR equipment has a machine to suit almost any perfect binding requirement.”

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublising.co.uk, or join in with the conversation on Twitter.


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