Duplo will debut at least three new finishing machines next month, including a new cutter-creaser, a binder and an upgrade to the iSaddle stitcher.
Duplo will be exhibiting at The Print Show in September, at which it will officially unveil the new iSaddle X, an upgrade to the iSaddle first introduced at Drupa 2012. The new model expands on its predecessor’s automation and intelligence, with increased versatility across format sizes and additional capabilities for data integrity.
Also new will be the DC-516 cutter-creaser, designed to operate at speeds of up to 6,000sph with its 30-cut, 30-crease, 10-slit capacity, and the PFi Bind 2100, an advance on the 2000, with intelligent gluing and waste control enhancements. Both machines were previewed at Duplo’s Summer Festival.
Prices of the new machines are to be disclosed upon customer request, but all three of Duplo’s new machines will be officially available to market as of their debuts at the Birmingham NEC event. The new machines will be shown alongside a range of existing kit.
Additionally, Duplo will unveil the new barcode option for its DuSense DDC-810 sensory coater. Duplo partner Multigraf’s multi-finishing portfolio will also be on show at the company’s stand.