The D-Sig creates an interface between digital printing and the traditional existing book binding equipments.
Sheets are fed directly by the digital printer. It is also possible to feed sheets from a pile feeder, sheets from single-sheets rolls, winded up through the Digi-Roll system, sheets from cutting systems combined with rolls of continuous printed sheets. The D-Sig features a programming panel to set up the number of sheets making up a signature, and the number of signatures required to compose the book.
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|Max Speed||120m/’ = 300 A4/’ = 200 A3/’|
|Max Size||L = 42cm, H = 25cm|
|Min Size||L = 15cm, H = 10cm|
|Processable Grammages||min. 80 gr, max. 180 gr.|
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