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Growth on the Horizon for Fuller Davies

Suffolk-based general commercial printer Fuller Davies Printing and Mailing has invested in a new Horizon BQ270V single clamp perfect binder as part of a wider effort to expand its business and customer base.

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Neil Stones of Fuller Davies alongside the company’s new Horizon BQ270V

Fuller Davies had been on the lookout for kit to bring perfect binding in house and opted for the 500cph Horizon BQ-270V, which offers perfect binding and on-demand production of variable thickness books.

The device also features an automated, sensor-activated digital calliper system that consistently measures book block thickness and automatically transfers this data to the binder, as well as a large colour touch-screen, job programming and a compact configuration.

The company produces catalogues and brochures, running a B1 Heidelberg litho press with InPress Control and a Kodak NexPress digital press with long sheet and special finishes capability.

We wanted an easy-to-use, quality binder that would give us the ability to turn perfect binding jobs around quickly.

Neil Stone, managing director of Fuller Davies, says: “We have been considering bringing perfect binding in house for a while. After analysing our run lengths, we found our average binding run was 2,000 or below so the timing felt right.

“We wanted an easy-to-use, quality binder that would give us the ability to turn perfect binding jobs around quickly. The BQ270V helps us to do just that.”

He adds: “Being able to produce perfect binding in house easily has made our production more efficient and meant we can be more responsive. We have a couple of team members who are familiar with Horizon binders already and others are already very confident and really pleased with how well it runs.”

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