Product of the Month

Heidelberg Stahlfolder TH/KH 82-P

Clever shingled feed speeds this B1 folder’s throughput.

What does the machine do?
It’s a B1-format sheet folder, the new top model in a family that was originally launched in 2004. This latest 82-P version sees a throughput improvement of up to 50% thanks to a new shingling feed and transport system. It’s a modular system, with two main versions: the TH buckle folder and the KH combination folder. The P stands for ‘enhanced performance, productivity, and reliability’.
According to Heidelberg UK’s commercial post-press manager Ian Trengrouse, “it revolutionises the world of folding flat sheets into folded sections. The idea is simple yet ground-breaking at the same time. It increases productivity from 50% to possibly 100% and more, with

HP PageWide T300 HD series

The HDNA-enabled update to the T300 Web Presses

What does it do?
The HP PageWide T300 HD series comprise three new variations of the 762mm-wide full-colour inkjet web press that was first announced by HP at Drupa 2008. The models are the T370 HD, T380 HD and T390 HD, with Performance Mode top speeds of 183m/min, 244m/min and 305m/min respectively, although all run at the same 152/min in Quality Mode. The T370 HD and T380 HD can be upgraded to T390 HD standard.
The higher speeds and quality come

InClix Creative Media Maker

A low-cost, browser-based web-to-print suite for sign and display professionals.

What does the system do?
Creative Media Maker is a new very easy to use and low cost cloud-based web-to-print system, with plans to extend it into video and audio media in future. The marketing pitch is “It is an elegantly simple, artistic tool that reduces costs, eliminates the need for overpriced software and manages project workflow.”
It has been developed by InClix, a company in San Diego, California. This was set

Domino K630i

A compact press for high-volume mono book production.

What does the printer do?
This is a web-fed mono single-engine duplex inkjet press, intended for volume paperback book printing with “near photo” quality. It has a particularly small footprint for its spec. It is available in three web widths and can be configured for inline or offline running with third-party book production and binding systems.

When was it launched and what market is it aimed at?
In its current configuration the K630i was