Author: Mike Wing

Mike has twenty-five years’ experience within the graphic arts industry, beginning his career as a project engineer at RR Donnelley in 1993. He then worked with several large printing companies in various levels of operation management. Mike joined Muller Martini Corp. in 2007 as Product Manager in the Bookbinding division. Currently, he is Solutions Manager of Book Technology and Digital Solutions, where he is responsible for managing Muller Martini’s innovative digital finishing solutions, as well as its portfolio of highly-automated perfect binding systems. Mike has extensive experience in large capital-intensive projects, complex processes, and workflow optimization. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University, as well as an MBA in Finance from Indiana University.

The best way to succeed in today’s digital book finishing world? Embrace smart manufacturing.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, was first introduced in 2015. It foretold the continued advancement of manufacturing processes through the use of smart technologies. And with today’s finishing process being forever altered by the influx of short-run, run of one, and print-on-demand digital production, embracing smart factory strategies…

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, was first introduced in 2015. It foretold the continued advancement of manufacturing processes through the use of smart technologies. And with today’s finishing process being forever altered by the influx of short-run, run of one, and print-on-demand digital production, embracing smart factory strategies…

The Simple, Cost-Effective Way to Produce PUR Books with Confidence

Tired of the hassle and cost associated with producing a few hundred to a couple of thousand PUR-bound books a day?  Are you throwing away more adhesive at the end of a job than what was used to run the books through the binder?  Do you cross your fingers every…

Tired of the hassle and cost associated with producing a few hundred to a couple of thousand PUR-bound books a day?  Are you throwing away more adhesive at the end of a job than what was used to run the books through the binder?  Do you cross your fingers every…