Standard Finishing Systems, based in Andover, Massachusetts, has announced the release of the Horizon iCE StitchLiner Mark V Saddlestitcher. A continuation of the popular StitchLiner Mark III Saddlestitcher, the Mark V is designed to run inline or near-line with high-speed, roll-fed digital presses.
The StitchLiner Mark V Saddlestitcher produces booklets at speeds of up to 6,000 booklets/per hour. Individual sheets are tightly folded along scoring lines for consistent quality, even with high page counts or variable page count applications. Variable production on the Mark V is fully automated, requiring no operator intervention. The system can automatically change stitch length, belt and roller pressure, and registration control in the trimmer based on page count. Compatible with iCE LiNK, a cloud-based workflow management system from Horizon International, Inc., the Mark V can handle sheet sizes up 20” x 14” and produce a wide range of booklet sizes including A4 Landscape.
Dual creasing rollers at the in-feed crease every sheet individually before they are folded and accumulated, making tight, flat booklets and increasing fold accuracy. Individual sheet creasing and stream folding eliminates the need for sub-setting on higher page counts, increasing productivity for booklets as high as 200 pages.
The Mark V also supports an optional dual-bin cover feeder. This cover feeder can merge covers into the print stream without affecting production speed. Additionally, up to three dual-bin feeders can be combined in one system allowing for the pre-staging of covers and the option to interpose up to three sheets anywhere within the booklet.
To learn more, visit www.standardfinishing.com.