Rollem Releases New Paper Drill
May 4, 2015 By PrintAction Staff
Rollem has launched the PB-10 Digital On-Demand drilling system for working with toner-based print products, such as perfect-bound books, stitched books, manuals, coated sheets or plastics. Hole patterns, from a single hole up to a 23 hole Wire-O pattern, are programmed into the PB-10 DOD for recall and job changeovers.
Operators can make all needed adjustments using a touch screen panel, including hole pattern, paper size, spine margin, read stroke and spindle speed are that automatically set.
“The PB-10 DOD is unrivaled in its compatibility for the digital market with its simple touch controls and ease of operation,” said Allen Hammer, Product Manager for the Durselen line of paper-drilling machines. “It is ideal for short-run drilling with frequent change of hole patterns and/or paper size. There is no other paper drill on the market with this automation and virtually no set up time between jobs.”
Rollem explains two individually driven drill heads move automatically to any position and drill any hole pattern. This flexibility is ideal for applications that change regularly and require minimal size runs. Up to 99 programs can be stored.
Standard features include stroke and spindle speed control, cooling and lubrication and motorized drill belt. Movements are guided by wear-free linear ball bearing guides, ball bearing lead screws and a cam lever for the stroke.
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