Friedheim International Ltd - MBO

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Events in 2018

LABEL & PRINT 28 Feb – 01 March @ NEC

Packaging Innovations Show 28 Feb – 01 March @ NEC

DUPLO LONDON CALLING 08 February @ Duplo Headquarters

EDX Internet Retail Expo 21-22 March @ NEC

LOGIMAT 13-15 March @ STUTTGART

PRINTWEEK LIVE 07-08 March @ WASPS ARENA

SIGN & Digital UK 24-26 April @ NEC

PRINT4ALL 29-31 May @ MILAN

FESPA 15-18 May @ BERLIN

PPMA SHOW 25-27 September @ NEC

THE PRINT SHOW 18-20 September @ NEC

Deanprint invests in the UKs first MBO K80

Cheshire based printer and book binder Deanprint have installed England’s first MBO K80 full automatic combination folder. Supplied by Friedheim in the UK and Ireland the K80 was launched in 2017 and is the most versatile and advanced folder in the MBO arsenal. The K80 joins the four new Baumann Wohlenberg guillotines, Quickbinder and Trim-tec three knife trimmer from Wohlenberg completing a six-year upgrade programme.
Thursday, October 11, 2018/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (59)/Comments (0)/

Friedheim at The Print Show 2018

At this years The Print Show, Friedheim International have chosen to do things a little different. Instead of filling our stand with lots of machines running limited workflows, we will be concentrating all our efforts on putting finished products in the hands of the visitors. 
Thursday, August 23, 2018/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (164)/Comments (0)/

Why does Bookbindery Tony Besserer AG use the MBO K80 Folder?

Since April, bookbindery Tony Besserer AG has been producing on a K80 combi folder from MBO. Changeover of the folding system is largely automatic. Six buckle plates in the parallel fold, two folding knives and an additional horizontal buckle plate allow a wide range of fold types.
Monday, July 2, 2018/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (109)/Comments (0)/

MBO Group is the last supplier of large-format folding machines

MBO Group is currently the last supplier of large-format folding machines. Demand for these machines has fallen significantly in recent years. On the one hand, this is due to the drop in the length of print runs. In addition, many printshops/bookbinding companies print in medium or small format anyway, or halve the printed large-format runs before carrying out the finishing process.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (288)/Comments (0)/
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