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Print binding for arts projects accelerates

Art Projects For Schools has invested in a Horizon BQ-270V single clamp perfect binder through Horizon Buy, to provide material for its fundraising projects at a faster rate than ever before.

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Arts Projects For School will be delivering arts materials for children quicker than before

Art Projects For Schools was established in 1997 and has since provided art materials for schools across the UK.

The company’s aim is to raise the profile of art in schools, give children the opportunity to develop their art and design abilities and supply income to fund the subject.

The printer offers high-quality, fast printing of books with a variety of thicknesses.

Dan Dickey, chief executive officer of Arts Projects for Schools says: “The investment was made to increase sales and enhance customer service.

“We had an older perfect binder and it was time to invest in a new system to elevate our capability and expand our capacity.”

We expect return on investment to come from productivity savings and business growth as a result of the quality we can now guarantee

The printer comes complete with an automated sensor which measures thickness before transferring this data to the binder which then configures the level of thickness to bind.

The printer also features a 10.4? colour touch-screen, for greater interactivity and efficient printing set-up. 

Commenting on the return on investment, Dickey says: “This is difficult to quantify.  We have undertaken several new projects which require high quality and productivity.

“We expect return on investment to come from productivity savings and business growth as a result of the quality we can now guarantee.”

If you have any comments on this story, or would like to get in touch, please email me at zoe@linkpublishing.co.uk or join the conversation on Twitter.


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