Muller Martini will debut a new mid-range stitching solution called the Primera E110 at the upcoming Graph Expo show in October. The new machine follows the Primera 160, which premiered at IPEX last year.
The E110 runs at 11,000 cycles per hour, a speed the company describes as "the best price/performance ratio in its class." The new stitcher can accommodate a wide size range, including two-up and three-up production. It includes automation features such as automatic synchronization between feeder, gathering chain, stitching machine and three-knife trimmer; ASIR3, which uses barcodes to ensure proper sequencing; AMRYS, an Automatic Make Ready System with touch-screen control; and a signature measuring device, which allows the operator to measure all the signature dimensions directly at the machine and is electronically inputted into the control system.
Primera E110 to Debut at Graph Expo
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