Ibis to launch faster binder

Ibis is to launch its Smart Binder Plus HS at the Print 13 show in Chicago. It will be shown running at 160-180 metres per minute with an MBO roll unwinder, sheeter and dynamic buckle folder.
The new Plus HS model has a new higher speed infeed, folding and sheet collecting system plus improvements to the trimmer transport system. As a result it can produce up to 70,000 booklets an hour at web speeds up to 200 metres per minute, whilst retaining saddle-binding page variations in normal increments of four.
MBO will be distributing the Ibis range in China and the US.


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