Duplo USA

Bindery Plays a Crucial Role
September 1, 2008

Though several of the press conferences and “big news” at Drupa, held May 2-June 11 in Düsseldorf, Germany, centered around digital printing, innovations in bindery and finishing were no less prevalent. In fact, many of them sprang from the very digital printing trends that overshadowed them. As digital printing speeds have increased, bindery equipment has also gotten faster, with vastly improved automation and simplified touchscreen controls to make them even easier to set up. JDF compatibility is becoming more common in bindery equipment, allowing devices to be preset using production data. Demands for higher-quality printed products have led bindery vendors to improve their paper-handling

2008 Executive Forecast
December 1, 2007

On November 29, the White House lowered its forecast for next year’s economic growth, saying unemployment would rise as the housing slump and credit crunch weigh on national economic activity. Under the administration’s new forecast, gross domestic product will grow by 2.7 percent next year. The previous projection called for a stronger, 3.1 percent increase.

Duplo USA on the Cutting Edge
March 23, 2004

The DocuCutter DC-545HC from Duplo USA, Santa Ana, Calif., is the perfect solution for preventing unattractive white borders and print cracking on digital-color documents. Ideal for the short-run on-demand market, this handy device automatically slits, cuts and creases documents in one pass. With the help of this equipment, users can economically and simply produce a variety of applications, such as business cards, greeting cards, invitations, brochures, catalogs, posters, books covers and photographs. Other features of the DC-545HC include an LCD control panel, 80 memory settings, a bar code reader that can recall pre-programmed jobs and read an image registration mark, and an auto