The fourth generation of the line, which incorporates feeding, creasing and bookletmaking, features a touchscreen system that controls all finishing elements.
According to Morgana, the machine is aimed at digital printers wanting to produce booklets from pre-collated sets in one operation.
Sheets can be creased at 5,000 sheets per hour, if creasing is handled independently, while 1,500 books can be produced an hour when the entire line is used. It will crease sheets up to 630mm x 330mm and make books up to 460mm x 320mm, and can handle stocks up to 4mm thick or approximately 400gsm.
An optional square back system is also available for the machine, which will produce booklets with a perfect bound appearance. A data camera system can also be added.
Morgana is handled in the Australian market by CPI Graphics.
Read the original article at www.printweek.com.
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