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Canon 180The Canon 180 booklet maker is a stapler/folder unit that offers a quick and easy method of producing quality booklets. Compact and simple to adjust, the booklet maker is quiet and versatile. Because the booklet maker is able to handle a large paper weight range it offers superb finishing for all your booklets.
BLM550The BLM550 doubles the capability of previous technologies. It produces books with a thickness of up to 10mm and combines the four processes of saddle stitching, folding, spine forming and trimming in a single machine. Capable of producing trimmed books of up to 220 pages, the BLM550 provides an elegant, state-of-the-art online book making solution for every printing environment.View details
BLM200The BLM200 booklet maker is a modular online finishing system that gives the user a choice of equipment to match. Fully upgradable, it is so easy to use. For most applications, pre-programmed booklet making is just a touch of a button away.View details
DFS30The DFS30 tape binder, when attached to one of cutsheet printers, provides finishing and printing in one simple operation. It brings convenience and cost effective finishing to both commercial and corporate print environments.
iHCSWith the integrated high capacity stacker, maximum productivity is possible.
Reliable unattended printing for long runs produces perfectly stacked documents every time.
A total of 6,000 sheets can be stacked in two 3,000 sheet piles, making this ideal for production printing where high volume stacking is required.
When used with the VarioPrint 6250, three stackers can be connected, offering a stacking capacity of 18,000 sheets.
GBC PowerPunchA GBC PowerPunch is attached online to an mid or high production printer. Documents flow directly from the printer to the binding system without the bottleneck associated with traditional offline hole punches.
This online punching system provides improved turnaround time as production printing, punching and stacking are combined in one simple operation.View details