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Duplo launches DBM-700 booklet system

Duplo International has launched its latest booklet system in the DBM-700

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The DBM-700 can produce square spine booklets and booklets of up to 60 sheets

Duplo International’s newest booklet system, the DBM-700, has high-speed square spine capability for up to 60 sheet/240ppm booklets.

Expanding bookletmaking capabilities and optimising productivity, the new DBM-700 combines automation and flexibility. This is ideal for modern printing companies which are increasingly diversifying and have more varied needs.

Designed to accommodate print outputs from multiple presses, the DMB-700 streamlines workflow and reduces production time and manual touchpoints.

Duplo describes one of the standout features of the new machine as its “remarkable adaptability” with the bookletmaker able to handle a range of print jobs. This includes the ability to produce square spine booklets, introducing the look and feel of a perfect bound booklet but produced at speed. 

An example of this is the ability for A5 square spine finished booklets to be produced at up to 2000 per hour depending on the feeder’s capabilities. 

The DBM-700 also has an expanded capacity to handle thicker books of up to 60 sheets which enables users to produce a wider range of products. 

Martyn Train, managing director of Duplo UK, says: “The DBM-700 exemplifies Duplo’s commitment to innovation and meeting the evolving needs of the print industry. This system represents a significant leap forward, for offering our customers the means to achieve much more, and faster, expanding their capabilities, all whilst achieving exceptional results.

“This innovative system is a testament to Duplo’s dedication to providing solutions that cater to the ever-changing requirements of our market.”

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn. 

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