Watkiss to show new booklet maker

Watkiss is introducing a new entry-level booklet maker, the Mamo SQ 320. This is a hand-feed device capable of stapling, folding and forming a square spine on booklets up to 30 sheets, including A4 landscape books. It offers digital control for automatic set-up and the option of 4 staple heads, including loop stitches.

It will be shown at The Print Show, which takes place at the NEC near Birmingham from 11-13th October this year. Watkiss will also show off the PowerSquare 160, which was announced earlier this year, together with a selection of its other finishing equipment.

Paul Attew, sales director for Watkiss, commented: “We had a very busy Drupa and we are keen to exhibit new products that were shown for the first time in Dusseldorf.”






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