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Morgana goes into the fold at The Print Show

Morgana Systems will return to The Print Show this year to demonstrate some of the new products it launched during a successful Drupa—namely the DigiFold Pro and AutoCreaser Pro, which were both received well in Germany.

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The DigiFold Pro has a high-capacity vacuum top-feeder that can take a sheet pile of up to 450mm

The latest model in Morgana’s popular DigiFold portfolio, the Pro, features a new high-capacity vacuum top-feeder that can take a sheet pile of up to 450mm.

Once the size and thickness of stock are entered, all other feeder functions, including air and vacuum settings, side guide positions, and fold roller gaps, are then automatically adjusted for quick and easy setup of jobs.
 

Another new feature is the dual creasing blades, the Morgana DynaCrease, for creasing and folding applications at over 6,000 sheets per hour, as well as one for creasing only mode, which allows the host of applications to be produced on a single machine.

The new AutoCreaser Pro 385, which Morgana says is currently its best-selling machine, is capable of running at speeds of up to 8,500 sheets per hour


Meanwhile, the new AutoCreaser Pro 385 also benefits from the high-capacity feeder, as well as a dual creasing blade and matrix, which Morgana says is useful if producing covers for perfect binding where the spine and hinge creases can be produced in one pass, or for those users who want to change creasing profiles on a regular basis.


The new AutoCreaser Pro 385, which Morgana says is currently its best-selling machine, is capable of running at speeds of up to 8,500 sheets per hour. Ray Hillhouse, vice president of sales and marketing, says the AutoCreaser Pro 385 is exactly what its larger customers have been asking for.


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