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Star product: Heidelberg Stitchmaster ST 500

The latest Stitchmaster has a range of new features and upgrades to improve performance.

First steps to help expand your finishing capabilities

To outsource or not to outsource? That, when it comes to print finishing, is very much the question. The affordability of initial capital investment is obviously the first consideration which needs to be made. So PrintWeek has pulled together a round-up of what finishing manufacturers consider, in terms of initial outlay and ease of use, to be entry-level kit perfect for the printer taking their first steps in a certain process.

Me & my: Horizon SPF/FC-200A bookletmaker

Swindon. Home to the infamous 'magic roundabout', a baffling experience for the casual visitor to the town.

Me & my: Goss Purlux 1200 saddlestitcher

In the midst of all-singing-all-dancing new applications, and machines that promise to deliver previously unimaginable speeds and levels of quality, kit that puts in an impressively solid performance on bread-and-butter-type processes, can often be overlooked.

Geoff Neal invests in factory, finishing and software ahead of second XL

Geoff Neal Litho has upgraded its factory, finishing and workflow in advance of the arrival of a Heidelberg XL 106-6+L.

ProCo wins variable campaign following StitchLiner install

Sheffield-based ProCo has invested in a Horizon StitchLiner to secure a deal to produce fully personalized printed medical insurance booklets, which it said wouldn't have been achievable with its existing Muller kit.

Diamond boosts binding flexibility with Kolbus spend

Trade finisher Diamond Print Services has installed a new Kolbus KM600 Binder, part of a £1m 12 month investment programme.

Star product - Smyth F1088 book sewing machine

Those needing to stitch really big books won't find many options available, but this machine should fit the bill

DPZ doubles turnover with 250,000 investment

Digital Print Zone has boosted its turnover by 100% since being taken over by director Ali Buckman, who bought in a raft of new equipment in 2012.

GPS invests over £1m to bring binding in-house

GPS Colour Graphics has invested in excess of £1m in a new Heidelberg Eurobind Pro 19 clamp perfect binder and a Muller Martini Ventura MC sewing machine.

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