Renz to unveil Bindomatic Accel Thermal Binders at The Print Show 2017

Renz will show for the first time the new super quick Bindomatic Accel Cube and Accel Ultra thermal cover binding machines, designed with the high-end user in mind.

This new series of thermal cover binding machines boasts increased loading capacity and has cut the processing time in half. The automated thermal binding system handles 1 to 360 sheets of 80 gsm paper and document spine widths up to 36 mm. Binding time is a lightening quick one document per second.

Also at The Print Show Renz will be exhibiting the Punch 500 heavy duty punch, AP 300 Compact automated punch and MOBI 500 semi-automated ring wire binding machine for books and calendars. The Renz desktop DTP 340 semi-automated punch and ECL 360 electric Ring Wire closing machine will complete the line-up.

Iain Bullock, Renz (UK) Managing Director comments: “I admire The Print Show’s tenacity and never say die attitude. I told them that I would absolutely not be exhibiting at their show in the IPEX year yet here we are exhibiting as I am so impressed by the good job they have done in gaining such momentum for the show. The Print Show falls at a good time for Renz, just as printers are thinking about how they are going to fulfil their imminent calendar work.”
He adds: “The simple reason we are now exhibiting at The Print Show is just to be there in front of our audience with relevant pieces of equipment. This is how Renz has grown and built our reputation and contacts in the industry over the years. I would hate to be sat back in the office knowing that there was an exhibition somewhere in the UK and that Renz wasn’t present, yet potential customers of ours were.”

Renz is the largest provider of punching and binding systems. It continually strives to provide innovative solutions. It has addressed pressures in the finishing sector from the print-on-demand market with faster, more automated equipment. Its main emphasis is on wire binding and Renz has the widest range of punching and binding machines.