The all NEW Morgana BM5000 booklet maker series is the latest member of the Plockmatic Group booklet making family. Engineered for mid-to-high volume customers with the highest quality and functionality requirements.
With an increasing number of printing systems available to handle larger cut-sheet sizes, A4 / US letter landscape and oversize booklets can now be produced easily and cost-effectively. The new BM5000 Series delivers these new applications by handling up to 620mm / 24.5″ long sheets.
The BM5035S/5050S, with its optional 4 stitching head configuration, lets you finish jobs that have been imposed 2 up on a sheet, 30 sheets only when using four stitch heads. This functionality offers you higher productivity and reduced costs per book.
The Finishing module now places both SquareFold and Face Trim capabilities in one single module – and comes as standard. It adds the finishing touch with a square folded edge and printable spine. Gives booklets the professional look of a perfect bound book.
The Booklet Maker can be specified with either two staples or up to four stitching heads. This gives customers the ability to further tailor their system and finish a wider variety of booklet sizes. The system also can provide edge stitching in one or two locations for even more flexibility.
Operators are guided through job setup with detailed graphics that can provide step-by-step guidance. Getting professional results has never been easier.
This standard feature allows operators to easily drop complete collated sets into the Booklet Maker.
A new optional Convenience Feeder is available with a capacity of up to 800 sheets. It can either feed covers or function as a feeder to make a simple, compact landscape booklet maker without the need for an additional feeder module.
The System 5035/5050 can be enhanced by adding the CST creasing and side slitting module. It creates bleed trimmed booklets “on the fly” eliminating the need for a guillotine prior to production.
The VFX high capacity dual bin feeder gives the ability for long uninterrupted runs of booklets. The bins can be loaded on the run with pre-collated sets from multiple print engines.