Tuesday, 25 October 2011


Grimsby trade finisher Khromatec and Birmingham
printer G10 have chosen different routes to increase their
wire binding capability.
Birmingham litho and digital printer G10 Design & Print is eyeing increased opportunities in producing calendars for the restaurant market, after a decision to invest in a Renz semi-automatic Mobi 500 wire binder and P500 bench top punch.
G10 managing director Jorid Miah completed the deal at the IFS Print
Efficiently event in June, purchasing the equipment from dealer Binding
. Both the Mobi 500 binding machine and Punch 500 E electricdesktop heavy duty punch work to a maximum working width of 500
mm, and therefore go ‘hand in hand’, according to Binding Store’s Russell Cunningham.
Previously, G10 had no wire binding in-house and was having to outsource this type of work to the trade, so the investment allows the company to retain control of jobs and to produce wire-bound calendars and books on demand when required. Mr Cunningham added: ‘Speed of make ready was
important to G10 and the Renz machines are very easy to set up. Keeping the calendar work in-house is the main thing, and it gives G10 the flexibility to do short and long runs at the drop of a hat.’
G10 Jorid Miah (right) concludes a deal for the Renz kit at Print Efficiently, with Binding Store’s Russell Cunningham (left).

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