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Ferag EasySert

  • Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The EasySert is a versatile machine that has something to offer a range of markets, from newspaper mailrooms to direct mail houses and commercial printers, finds Barney Cox

Star Proof v6

  • Wednesday, January 27, 2010
JFM production manager Matthew McKee tells Philip Chadwick that the latest version of this dot-proofing software offers unrivalled accuracy

CDI Spark 2530

  • Wednesday, August 26, 2009
This machine was an affordable option for flexo printers who wanted to move from imagesetters to CTP systems, discovers Nosmot Gbadamosi

Autobond Mini 52 TP UV

  • Wednesday, August 26, 2009
This dual-purpose laminating and UV-coating machine has great potential for digital, finds Philip Chadwick

Kodak Versamark VL series

  • Wednesday, November 11, 2009
To compete with its drop-on-demand inkjet rivals, Kodak used its expertise to launch the VL range, says Barney Cox

Jud Quadrimax II

This perfect-binding line was highly automated, with hotmelt gluing and a four-clamp solution proving popular with finishers, finds Nosmot Gbadamosi

Polar 78

This guillotine is a popular choice for secondhand dealers thanks to its durability and precision in performance, finds Nosmot Gbadamosi

Compose Star Proof

Glyn Stanley, studio manager at London-based MBA Group, rates the crisp quality and accurate calibration of his user-friendly proofing software

Buhrs 4000

Times are tough for mailing houses. There's a lot of competition around - not just from other mailing houses, but also from printers bringing mailing services in-house.

EFI Colorproof XF 3.0

At last week's MacExpo in London, EFI demonstrated the first Mac OS X version of its Colorproof XF server, running on the latest Intel Macs. This will be released early next year, so it was too early for us to give it a hands-on test, but now is a good point at which to revisit the Windows version, which was upgraded to version 3.0 in June. The Mac server will work the same way and will be fairly invisible in use, as the operator mainly works through the client application, which is already available on Mac OS X as well as Windows.

Stephenson Blake' proofing press

She's not even sure who built it, but Karen Charlesworth is chuffed with its fabulous rolling power, and the fact that it's heavier than her car

Ideal 5221

German manufacturer Krug and Priester introduced the Ideal 5221 guillotine in 1985. It started manufacturing guillotines in the 1960s, entering the market with its Forte range. This had evolved into the Fortematic range by the 70s, with the advent of spring-loaded auto-clamping. These sold well, but as the machines became ripe for replacement, the manufacturer wanted to produce a machine that boasted significant technical improvements - both in terms of performance and safety features. Features such as these have helped Ideal sell more than 100,000 guillotines worldwide.

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