IFS to launch three Horizon products

IFS is to launch three new Horizon finishing products at the Print Efficiently show next month.

These include the Horizon RD-4055 rotary die cutter, which can die-cut, crease, perforate, slit, hole punch and round corner in one process for digital and offset printed sheets. It can run at up to 6,000 cycles per hour and takes a maximum sheet size 400 x 550 mm.

The Horizon AF-406 is a small-format JDF ready automated modular buckle folder. It can hold up to 200 job settings and can set up pharmaceutical folds automatically. It takes a maximum sheet size of  400 x 650mm and runs at up to 30,000sph.

The third device is the Horizon TBC-200L, which automatically trims the head and foot of magazines and catalogues. It can be connected inline with the SPF-20/20A, 200A/200L bookletmaking system and runs at up to 4,000bph.

The event takes place at Apex Digital Graphics in Hemel Hempstead on October 7, 8, 9, and 21, 22 and 23. Bryan Godwyn, joint IFS managing director, comments: “Horizon is constantly launching new products and updating bindery favourites and Print Efficiently, a collaborative event that demonstrates, from conception to completion, how equipment from multiple manufacturers can create seamless end-to-end production, is the perfect platform to launch these new additions.”







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