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ISAG launches new lay-flat bookbinder

Swiss manufacturer Imaging Solutions (ISAG) has launched a new lay-flat bookbinding system aimed at high-end applications.

Komori and Screen team up for inkjet web sales

Komori has partnered with Screen to add a colour inkjet web offering to its nascent digital press line-up.

Kolbus partnership revives Timsons litho presses

Timsons litho presses for book printing will be manufactured again thanks to a new partnership between Kolbus and Timsons Engineering in Kettering.

Meler Gluing agents join forces to launch PUR conversion business

Meler Gluing Solutions' two UK agents have joined forces to set up Meler Bookbinding Division, which will drive worldwide sales of Meler's PUR conversion systems.

Joint venture launches its first high-speed web press

The first fruits of the partnership between Bielomatik and Matti Technology, a fully integrated 300m/min high-speed book and publications production line, is to make its first public outing at an open house event next week.

MBO digital book finishing lines certified for use with Canon web presses

MBO Digital has partnered with Canon to offer 762mm and 508mm digital book finishing lines certified for use with the Océ JetStream 5500 and Océ ColorStream 3000 series digital web presses respectively.

Canon unveils offset paper-compatible inkjet press

Canon has unveiled a new 762mm-wide, full-colour inkjet web press that is capable of printing on standard offset coated paper stocks without relying on any form of pre-coating.

Integra showcases new CP Bourg and Sitma kit

A new CP Bourg PUR binder that is the first in the world to use a new gluing system from Nordson is on show at Ipex on the Integra International stand.

Domino enhances existing range, looks at packaging options

Domino has hinted that it could expand its inkjet printing systems into other packaging applications.

Manroland Web claims high volume digital finishing solution

Manroland Web Systems has launched the FoldLine and FormerLine systems for high volume digital production, described as "futureproof" for its technology-forward speeds.

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