Spiel has much more in store for their visitors on March 25th and 26th.
Long Island City, NY (PRWEB) March 21, 2014
Spiel Associates is geared up and ready for their upcoming open house on March 25th and 26th of 2014. As always, Spiel Associates has a machine in the spotlight ready to be shown off to the crowd. The Sterling Digibinder Plus Perfect Binder will indeed be the main attraction of the open house this month. With the ability to bind up to 360 books per hour, Spiel is eager to have the Sterling Digibinder Plus Perfect Binder as the center of attention.
Not only that, Spiel has announced that the new Sterling Digibinder Plus Perfect Binder can bind 2 sheets up to 2 ¼ inches thick and is completely self-adjusting. In addition to the Digibinder Plus, Spiel has much more in store for their visitors on March 25th and 26th. Route 72 is pleased to see Spiel giving their new equipment a place in the spotlight. Founder and CEO of Route 72 Systems, Jim Alamia, states: “Spiel has had great success and big turn outs to these open houses in the past. It is exciting for everyone involved to have an opportunity to show what these incredible machines are capable of.”
Also making an appearance is The Graphic Whizard Creaser, which is Spiel’s latest in their line of creasing machines. It can store up to 49 different jobs and set up is programmed by a simple touch screen computer system. Spiel adds that the Graphic Whizard Knife Folder, Perforator, and Slitter, can also be seen at the open house event as well as The Graphic Whizard PT-SCC Slitter, Cutter, Creaser. If that wasn’t enough Spiel has announced that they will also be featuring the Rhino HD 7700 Manual Punch as well as their new Fujipla/Drylam single and double sided Laminator, which David Spiel states, “It is truly a breakthrough in laminating technology, never has laminating been so fast and easy.” For those eager to catch a glimpse of Spiel’s innovative bindery machines, the open house will be held at 45-01 Northern Boulevard in Long Island City, NY on March 25th and 26th.