Last updateWed, 18 Jul 2018 4pm

Pixartprinting: technological innovation on demand with Tecnau

The company announces the installation of the exclusive Libra 800 B2 system for perfect-bound books and magazines

Technological innovation has always been at the heart of Pixartprinting's operations, and the firm's manufacturing department is unparalleled throughout Europe. Cutting-edge solutions and equipment made specifically by the producers to satisfy the Venetian web-to-print company's demands for efficiency and automation give it a competitive advantage, which it then passes on to its customers through its quality and service at competitive prices. The exclusive perfect binding system, custom-built by Tecnau to Pixartprinting's specifications, is the latest addition to this environment, enhancing the company's print setup for short-run digitally printed books, catalogues and magazines.

“After assessing our production needs, we realised there were no machines currently on the market that could guarantee the performance we were aiming for”, commented Alessio Piazzetta, chief manufacturing officer at Pixartprinting. “Tecnau proved to be a reliable and well-organised company with the right approach to business, happy to work alongside us, in a partnership that is bound to last, and which has produced a system that did not exist before”.

The new Libra 800 B2 joins digital presses upstream and finishing systems downstream to cut the blocks of sheets and glue the covers, finishing off with a three-side trimmer. After cooling, the books and magazines are ready to be dispatched. As well as standard modules taken from the Libra 800 – the softcover binding and variable three-side trimming units – the system also includes a series of innovations, most notably the dynamic book block cutting and gathering system, which can process paper up to 50 x 70 cm (B2) format. In addition, the Tecnau system is extremely versatile and can automatically handle the parameters for various formats, ranging from A5 to 17 x 21 cm and from 21 x 21 cm to A4, both in landscape and album format, making the manufacturing process even more efficient.

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