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24 KOLBUS BF-511 Bookmaking line: A 30-cycle-per-minute automated casing-in line for shorter book runs Source: Kolbus GmbH Both Kolbus and Muller Martini have introduced machines which run at 30 cycles per minute. These are intended for shorter runs, as well as adding extra capacity for an affordable price. A. Smythe sewing is still a requirement for many types of books, including library copies and certain school texts. While sewing may be considered a bit arcane, firms such as Mecchanotecnica have continued the development of high-speed, automated sewing systems that speed up the process.

The ST 450 does not use fixed signature feeders (or pockets). Instead, each pocket is its own separate feeding system and can be placed on the gathering chain on either side as needed. The ST 450 has a very wide media range, from 3 4_1 in × 5in up to 12 –21 ’in × 18 _43 in. The signature separation suckers on the 450 each have their own vacuum source, so that if one fails, feeding and opening will not be compromised. A new stitching head unit permits small-format work to be stapled twice. The stitching heads have also been designed to be very low wear.

The Pacesetter uses the FERAG SNT-U rotary trimmer which is connected to the stitcher delivery via a FERAG gripper conveyor. This permits great flexibility in laying out the complete stitcher line since the trimmer can be located some distance away from the main modules. 11 FERAG SNT-U Trimmer Source: Finishing Resources, Inc. Stitching in the digital world With digital continuous-web printers now running at speeds of up to 500 feet per minute, saddle-stitching systems are now being designed for this market.

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