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Paper drilling on demand – that means change of hole pattern, spine margin and paper size at the touch of a button, without any set-up delay. The paper drilling system Dürselen PB.15 DoD combines maximum flexibility with high output – ideal conditions for modern workflows in digital printing and finishing.
The paper drilling system Dürselen PB.15 DoD processes up to 50 mm / 2″ (optional 75 mm / 3″) in height. Two drill heads with free positioning programming can produce any hole pattern at the touch of a button with fully automated control of paper format and spine margin. This allows efficient processing of large printing volume, consisting of many different small runs.
Dürselen paper drill PB.15 DoD can run in line with digital printing and finishing equipment and be used as a stand-alone unit. A special interface allows job definition and set-up control via barcode or a networked workflow for in-line operation. Maximum flexibility, continuous workflow, highest process reliability – paper drilling on demand.

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