Category: Book Technologies

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Amazing Operators + Amazing Equipment = Amazing Results #1

In just twenty four hours, one of Muller Martini’s most productive hardcover production lines generates 150,000 books. If these one inch thick books were stacked in a pile, it would be 10 times the height of the Empire State Building! In just two days, this pile would be almost as tall as Mount…

In just twenty four hours, one of Muller Martini’s most productive hardcover production lines generates 150,000 books. If these one inch thick books were stacked in a pile, it would be 10 times the height of the Empire State Building! In just two days, this pile would be almost as tall as Mount…

If you still haven’t automated your back-end finishing line, read on…

As printers look for ways to reduce costs, an area ripe for attention is the back end of finishing operations. Walking through plants, I am amazed at the number of personnel assigned to routine packaging tasks, such as stacking, cartoning, shrink wrapping, strapping, and piling down. There are numerous proven…

As printers look for ways to reduce costs, an area ripe for attention is the back end of finishing operations. Walking through plants, I am amazed at the number of personnel assigned to routine packaging tasks, such as stacking, cartoning, shrink wrapping, strapping, and piling down. There are numerous proven…

In the world of print finishing, many things old are new again: Utilizing new technologies to drive traditional demand

I’m Jim Kaeli, and I’m responsible for Muller Martini’s Book and Publication Binding Division here in the US. I’ve been in the business for thirty years, and have worked both on the manufacturing as well as the supplier side of the industry. My main goal in creating this Blog is…

I’m Jim Kaeli, and I’m responsible for Muller Martini’s Book and Publication Binding Division here in the US. I’ve been in the business for thirty years, and have worked both on the manufacturing as well as the supplier side of the industry. My main goal in creating this Blog is…