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Route One kicks off big summer of spending

Route One Print, part of the Bluetree Group, has kicked off a £5.3m summer spend with the purchase of three new stitching lines and a three-knife trimmer.

Holywell Press adds three-side trimmer to its Horizon armoury

Holywell Press, the 127-year-old commercial printer in Oxford, has purchased a Horizon HT-30 three-side trimmer in a bid to smooth out workflows in its bindery.

Star product: Morgana BM500

This modular bookletmaker has been designed to handle bigger booklets and thicker stocks than previous models.

ISAG adds XXL sheet feeder to latest fastBlock bookbinder

Swiss manufacturer Imaging Solutions (ISAG) has unveiled the latest version of its fastBlock landscape photobook production machine, which now features a fully automated XXL sheet feeder and a cardboard sheet feeder.

Fespa 2015 preview: post-press

What's new on the stands at this year's wide-format expo.

Kube Print continues investment drive with Challenge three-knife trimmer

Financial print specialist Kube Print has added to its recent £400,000 round of investments after taking delivery of a Challenge CMT-330 three-knife trimmer.

Catton Print boosts finishing capability with Horizon install

Catton Print has invested in a new Horizon stitch-fold-trim line, supplied by UK distributor Intelligent Finishing Systems, after seeing the kit in operation at Ipex 2014.

Deanprint benefits from improved makereadies following Wohlenberg investment

Stockport-based printer and bookbinder Deanprint’s investment in a Wohlenberg Quickbinder perfect binder and Trim-Tec three-knife trimmer has helped it to maintain its quality and market position.

Print On Demand makes IFS and PBS investments

Print On Demand has invested £350,000 on binding kit at Ipex, including the first UK sale of the Horizon HT-1000V variable three-knife book trimmer.

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.

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