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The Standard Horizon SB-07 seven-clamp perfect binder features automated operation, push-button simplicity, a small footprint, and high-quality production perfect binding. The SB-07 can be run as a stand-alone binder or as a binding system with in-line three-knife trimming when connected to the HT-101 Three-knife Trimmer. The SB-07 is designed for single-person production, with complete changeover and set-up performed in less than 3 minutes. Standard features include a 10.4″ intelligent color touch-screen control console, automatic air-suction cover feeder that handles a wide range of cover materials without marking, automated in-line cover scoring, and job programming.

  • High speed production
  • Semi-automated setup for quick changeover and easy operator fine tuning
  • User-friendly operation through large color touchscreen.
  • Dual application rollers with side gluing to ensure stronger binding result
  • Suction cover feeder handles a wide range of cover substrates.
  • Connectable to in-line three-knife trimmer.
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Max Speed 3,200 books/hour
Max Book Size 400(W) x 320(H) mm (15.74" x 12.59") (B4 wide)
Min Book Size 135(W) x 105(H) mm (5.32" x 4.14") (A6)

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