The machine has six stations which can take six different folded section plus a cover feeder.
Up to 100 pages can be put through the machine to form a booklet.
There is also no wastage in the production process with the trimmed paper directed into a recycling bin.
This particular machine stationed on the main production floor at Screen Offset Printing is mainly employed for offset printing jobs.
Whether jobs are printed on the Komori Offset Printer or Screen Offset Printing’s Ricoh C9100 Digital Printer comes down to the size of the job.
“There’s a break-even point of which printing a job offset and then using the offline binders becomes more cost effective”, Screen Offset Printing Managing Director Gerard Davis said.