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26 May 2016 | Product News
On-demand books JDF automation - why do you need it?
Human errors within production environments are likely to cover the majority of all issues raised within a production workflow. High labor costs and the ability to act flexible while producing on-demand require a high level of intelligent automation with the smallest possible rate of manual touchpoints. On our path to strive towards single-click automation we partnered back in 2014 with Xerox in order to combine forces and launch the next level..
24 May 2016 | Industry News
C.P.Bourg will showcase various finishing solutions in conjunction with Xerox at Drupa
At DRUPA 2016 C.P. Bourg will present three unique integrated finishing solutions in conjunction with various Xerox printers at the Xerox booth in Hall 8b. Each solution will be exhibited in a configuration covering Xerox technology and other print finishing partner products, demonstrating the extensive flexibility that C.P Bourg brings to production of a variety of products, from UV coated business cards, to stitched booklets and on-demand..
25 April 2016 | Event
The Centre of Printfinishing excellence at DRUPA 2016
Three leading printfinishing manufacturers have announced their collaboration on a combined DRUPA presentation in Düsseldorf - C.P. Bourg, Watkiss Automation and Challenge Machinery are exhibiting together under the banner 'The Centre of Print Finishing Excellence' at booth C61 in Hall 6. Showcasing various solutions for digital and offset book and booklet-making all three manufacturers already partner on various technologies..
15 April 2016 | Industry News
C.P.Bourg introduces the BPM, the industry's first scalable sheet preparation module
During DRUPA C.P.Bourg will introduce the all-new, innovative Bourg Preparation Module (BPM) - a modular scalable sheet preparation unit that empowers print professionals to use their in-line Bourg binders or bookletmakers to produce books and booklets with no operator intervention. The BPM works in-line with a variety of digital printers and presses, as well as offline or in dual-mode connected to a Bourg Sheet Feeder (BSF) to create..
14 April 2016 | Event
DRUPA 2016, heading towards printfinishing 4.0
At the 31st of May Messe Düsseldorf will open its doors to host the biggest event for the graphical industry - DRUPA 2016. Divided over 18 Halls the latest innovations in (digital) printing, inkjet, finishing, converting and software will be presented to visitors from around the globe. Within printfinishing the focus will be pointed towards smart automation, quick size-changeover management, connectivity and data generation..
12 April 2016 | Industry News
New Challenge hybrid on-demand 3-side trimmer comes to DRUPA
The process of perfect-bound book trimming has long been a labor-and-cost-intensive task. The new Challenge Machinery CMT 130TC is the industry's only truly modular on-demand booktrimmer capable of fulfilling a combination of both near-line and in-line feeding in conjunction with the next level in automation and productivity. Made in the USA the CMT130TC will make its way to Düsseldorf to acquire a prominent spot at booth C61 in Hall 6..
01 April 2016 | Industry News
Perfectbinding greatest bottleneck in finishing
Have you heard the joke that the prepress department is the black hole of your company because work goes in and never goes out? This insinuates that the prepress department is the greatest bottleneck within your workflow, but bottlenecks can be anywhere in your process. In the InfoTrends report 'Production Print Services in North America: Understanding Industry Transformation', when printing companies where asked about their..
23 March 2016 | Product News
Inline perfectbinding Océ VarioPrint Ultra+
Seamless inline on-demand perfectbinding with your Océ VarioPrint Ultra+ printer? The SDD BGB3202 inline perfectbinder is a compact solution combining a fully automatic paperback binding solution with an intelligent compiling-station physically connected to your Canon/Océ VarioPrint cutsheet system. With a single-click you can choose between printing sets to the default delivery or output directly into the connected compiler..