Kevin Stevens, managing director of PressPrint says the new machine is well suited to his businesses growth expectations as well as being designed specifically for digital finishing.
He says, “It’s a modular machine so it can grow with us, there are a lot of machines out their which claim to be for digital when they are actually built around an offset model, we are predominately digital so it made sense to get equipment that accounts for that.
“We chose this solution because of it’s ability to finish highly varied weights of stock and doesn’t mark the HP Indigo printed work that we do. This machine also gives us the ability to have a bigger more flexible machine as we grow which we appreciate will come in very handy in the near future.”
According to FAB Equipment, the Watkiss range of digital finishing equipment suits both the high demand and low demand operators because users can start with what they need at a specific time and keep adding feeders towers and swap between collating, sheetfeeding and different capacity booklet making solutions at any stage.
Matthew Benn, managing director of FAB Equipment says, “As a result of our reputation for top quality engineering, aggressive marketing and personal interaction on the ground with printers we have become the most successful Watkiss agent in Australia for the past 15 years.”
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