We realize that, to most people, the make and model of equipment used doesn't matter. What ultimately matters is the final result. And that's the way it should be. The only thing you really need to know is that we put state-of-the-art technology to work for you and your business. But sometimes it's nice to know "How'd they do that?!". Feel free to check out the phots below of just some of the equipment used in our shop to get the job done!
When you first enter our shop, this is one of the first machines you see. When it comes to getting your job done this machine practically screams "Sure we can handle that..."
Keeping up with the postal changes and providing bulk mailing services since 1996!
The Ultrafold 714XE is a unique and versatile folding machine, capable of folding paper measuring from 3" x 5" to 14" x 20", at speeds up to 41,000 sheets per hour. This machine boasts six folding options--single, letter, fan, French, double-parallel and double-letter--and can accept all weights of stock up to 65# cover. As you can see, there is little the Ultrafold cannot handle.
Truimph 4810 Cutter. Sure it has a couple of crank handles that make it look "old", but it's about fine tuning to make sure your job is done correctly.
Electric Coil Inserter for coil bound jobs. Yes, we can do that too. As an added touch we suggest you put a mylar (clear plastic) cover on the front and a leatherette (heavy stock) as a back cover.
Our Multi 1650 XE is fully functional as a press but we use it for scoring a project that may otherwise exhibit cracking when folded. We do what we must to ensure your job looks its best before arrival to its final destination.
Our Spinnit Paper Drill can be used for high volume jobs that need to have holes drilled. A perfect example is the forms we see inside our own medical files at the doctor's office.
This Martin Yale folder can help us out when the folding gets tough!