Not just print.
Neopost offers extensive solutions for not only printing and finishing, but for mailing too.
What are the best options for finishing at print businesses which have digital printing? Do you invest in the onboard extras that can be integrated inline into digital printing systems from the major press vendors? Or do you need to sink some of your hard-earned money into a standalone offline finishing kit? And is your existing litho offset bindery machinery up to the job of finishing your digital printing?
And beyond that, what opportunities exist for digital printers to add value in finishing? Hard pressed printers are looking for every opportunity to create margin – primarily by adding value and cutting costs. What do today’s digital print finishing solutions offer printers to help them to achieve these twin aims?
Phyabae Leong, Marketing Manager of finishing specialist Neopost, says nowadays digital finishing has become part of general postpress. For instance, Neopost’s Ucos UD-300 rotary cylinder die cutter, while noted for its specialisation with digital print, is also adept at short-run creasing and perforation of offset print.
Neopost’s DS-200 folder and inserter performs standard mailer insertion and booklet inserts. And Duplo’s upgraded range of DocuCutters, including the DC-646, an upgrade of popular DC-645, are making inroads. Duplo has added to its range of booklet makers with the DBM-600 for landscape booklets, augmenting the DBM-500.
Sourced: ProPrint Magazine, June 2016
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