Category: Workflow Solutions

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24/7 Support – Proven Muller Martini Reliability Around the Clock

I regularly – and recently increasingly – hear the following sentence from our customers: “High availability is our top priority today! “The fact that machines and systems produce reliably seems to be even more important for companies than quality or production costs at the moment. This is understandable, given the…

I regularly – and recently increasingly – hear the following sentence from our customers: “High availability is our top priority today! “The fact that machines and systems produce reliably seems to be even more important for companies than quality or production costs at the moment. This is understandable, given the…

Four Apprentices Built a Connex Control Station in the Muller Martini Print Finishing Center

Because the topic of networking is becoming increasingly important to our customers, we have recently been using our own control station for the Connex workflow in the Muller Martini Print Finishing Center (PFC) in Zofingen. This was built by four apprentices.   When Wolfram Hohl, specialist teacher at the Master…

Because the topic of networking is becoming increasingly important to our customers, we have recently been using our own control station for the Connex workflow in the Muller Martini Print Finishing Center (PFC) in Zofingen. This was built by four apprentices.   When Wolfram Hohl, specialist teacher at the Master…

Three-Side Trim With the New Solit PRO: Making Approved Even More Perfect

Anyone who ever holds a popular magazine, a glossy magazine, a softcover brochure or a fine hardcover book in his hands appreciates a clean three-side trim. For decades, highly automated three-knife trimmers and trimmers from Muller Martini have ensured that you can read perfect print products – in perfect binding…

Anyone who ever holds a popular magazine, a glossy magazine, a softcover brochure or a fine hardcover book in his hands appreciates a clean three-side trim. For decades, highly automated three-knife trimmers and trimmers from Muller Martini have ensured that you can read perfect print products – in perfect binding…

Recruit New Workers – Thanks to Intuitive User Interfaces and Barcode Workflows from Muller Martini

Legacy bindery equipment requires machine operators with deep mechanical and bookbinding knowledge. These must be combined with job-specific information to achieve high production speeds in the first place. Employees with these skills are hard to find in today’s job market and it takes a long time to acquire this experience.…

Legacy bindery equipment requires machine operators with deep mechanical and bookbinding knowledge. These must be combined with job-specific information to achieve high production speeds in the first place. Employees with these skills are hard to find in today’s job market and it takes a long time to acquire this experience.…

How LineControl finishing can combat your labor shortage

Recently, I was on a sales call with a customer who was looking for a new saddle stitcher. Like so many of our other customers, one of his chief obstacles was finding skilled operators to run his equipment.    The labor shortage across our industry is in some ways its…

Recently, I was on a sales call with a customer who was looking for a new saddle stitcher. Like so many of our other customers, one of his chief obstacles was finding skilled operators to run his equipment.    The labor shortage across our industry is in some ways its…

Four-Part Blog Series: Four Steps to the Smart Factory – Example 3: the Smart Factory

In my first and second blog in our four-part “Smart Factory” series, I introduced you to two Muller Martini customers on the topics of fully networked volume production and production cell manager on June 15 and August 17, 2021. The third episode is now about a company that has a…

In my first and second blog in our four-part “Smart Factory” series, I introduced you to two Muller Martini customers on the topics of fully networked volume production and production cell manager on June 15 and August 17, 2021. The third episode is now about a company that has a…

We Cannot Close Ourselves off to the Digital Transformation

Since last November, Muller Martini has been a Premium Partner at the Printing Expo Virtual Exhibition, the graphic arts industry’s first 24-hour virtual exhibition, with its own online showroom. “For me, the showroom is another excellent tool to use in contact with my customers and there is only positive feedback,”…

Since last November, Muller Martini has been a Premium Partner at the Printing Expo Virtual Exhibition, the graphic arts industry’s first 24-hour virtual exhibition, with its own online showroom. “For me, the showroom is another excellent tool to use in contact with my customers and there is only positive feedback,”…

Four-part Blog Series: Four Steps to the Smart Factory – Example 2: the Production Cell Manager

In the first blog of our four-part series on the topic of “Smart Factory” on 15 June 2021, I introduced you to a Muller Martini customer that has large-scale plants for (partially individualized) and fully networked volume production and fully integrates the different types of production. The second episode is now…

In the first blog of our four-part series on the topic of “Smart Factory” on 15 June 2021, I introduced you to a Muller Martini customer that has large-scale plants for (partially individualized) and fully networked volume production and fully integrates the different types of production. The second episode is now…

Resilience. The key to success during unprecedented times.
Part 2 in an ongoing multi-part series: Assess every step.

As I discussed in my last installment, this past year has certainly been a unique and challenging one, to say the least. Perhaps what made it most difficult was the suddenness of the changes that we faced. But this also acted as motivator for every salesperson to assess the importance…

As I discussed in my last installment, this past year has certainly been a unique and challenging one, to say the least. Perhaps what made it most difficult was the suddenness of the changes that we faced. But this also acted as motivator for every salesperson to assess the importance…

Where did all the journeymen go?

In medieval times, there were three ranks of workers within trade guilds: apprentices, journeymen, and masters. After completing their apprenticeship, a worker was promoted to the rank of journeyman who would work, usually, for a master craftsman. Today, we still refer to a skilled worker who has successfully completed an…

In medieval times, there were three ranks of workers within trade guilds: apprentices, journeymen, and masters. After completing their apprenticeship, a worker was promoted to the rank of journeyman who would work, usually, for a master craftsman. Today, we still refer to a skilled worker who has successfully completed an…