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May the 'Printing is Dead' Debate Rest in Peace

[fa icon="calendar'] Thu, Sep 22, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in Bindery Business Tips, bindery resources

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7 Uncommon Print Finishing and Bindery Resources

[fa icon="calendar'] Fri, Aug 26, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in Bindery Business Tips, bindery resources

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Here are seven sites to help you discover things about print finishing you might not have thought you needed to know. They range from the unusual to the scholarly and a few places in between!

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How to Get More from Your Small Folding Machine

[fa icon="calendar'] Fri, Aug 19, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in Folding Machines, gatefolding, baum 714, small format folders

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The type of folding machine we’re talking about is seen in thousands of small quick printing shops and digital printing departments around the world. It has two fold plates along with either a friction or air feeder. Some of the more popular ones include Baum 714, Morgana UFO, MB CAS, Challenge Medalist, Martin Yale and many more. They handle the most common types of folds such as letter fold, accordion folds, double parallel, and single folds.

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How to Make Shrewd Print Finishing Production Decisions

[fa icon="calendar'] Fri, Aug 12, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in perforating, print finishing, production planning

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One of the beneficial things about an abundance of print finishing technology is that we get more flexibility in how, when, and where to finish any given job. Yet that same flexibility makes production planning more complex.

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How to Make More Money with your Graphic Whizard Scoring Machine

[fa icon="calendar'] Wed, Aug 03, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in Bindery How-To Tips, Bindery Business Tips, Video Tips

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There is something about bindery equipment that is endlessly fascinating to anyone with an “erector set” brain. The mix of mechanical and electronic cleverness always leaves me asking, “OK, what else can we do with this piece of print finishing equipment?”

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Can Old Bindery Equipment Be More Efficient Than New?

[fa icon="calendar'] Fri, Jul 22, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in Bindery How-To Tips, Bindery Business Tips

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Before you dismiss your “old” bindery equipment as inadequate, consider some of the ways in which it can outperform new automated equipment. Believe it or not, old equipment occasionally has surprising advantages over new with efficiency, capabilities, and cost.

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Test Your Print Finishing Potential with These Fascinating Problems

[fa icon="calendar'] Wed, Jul 13, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in print finishing

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Print finishing and bindery work requires some ability in math, analysis, memory, imagination, and out-of-the-box thinking. A little competitive spirit helps as well! Summertime is also a fun time so in that spirit, here are some fun puzzles that will certainly test the abilities that form the foundation of your print finishing abilities. If you're good at solving them, give it to a co-worker and see how they do. (That's the competitive part.)

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18 Reasons Why Folding Machines Jam and How to Prevent It

[fa icon="calendar'] Fri, Jul 08, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in Bindery How-To Tips, Folding Machines

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How many things can cause paper jams on your folding machine? We can probably come up with dozens of variables. Usually it’s caused by something minor and there are many parts on the folder that need to be in just the right position to keep the folder operating smoothly. Those little things become hugely important.

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Tips for Slitting on Tabletop Folding Machines

[fa icon="calendar'] Fri, Jul 01, 2016 / by Andre Palko posted in Bindery How-To Tips, Folding Machines, rotary trimming

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Tabletop folding machines are typically used for simple folding jobs yet most of them have trimming tools available. You can use these to trim a job after it’s folded or to trim flat, unfolded sheets. If you don’t do a lot of trimming on your small folder, here are a few things to look out for to avoid problems and ensure good results.

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A Tip for Better Cover Gluing on Perfect Binding Machines

[fa icon="calendar'] Fri, Jun 17, 2016 / by Andre Palko

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Today we’re going to show you a solution to a common problem that affects operators of perfect binding lines. The problem happens after the cover is glued and applied to the book block.

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