Following our Swiss engineering tradition, we at ISAG believe in the outstanding quality of printed photo products, manufactured on reliable and high-performance systems. From that point of view, photo books should usually come in an unique, premium quality.
We also believe in our international leading industry customers, producing outstanding quality photo products constantly, at optimum working conditions, keeping effort and production costs low.
That’s why Imaging Solutions develops finishing equipment, enabling our business partners to turn original ideas into profit, providing value-added LayFlat photo books, and to exceed the high demands of professional photographers as well as end consumers.
NEW: Photobook Production up to 1000 Sheets/h
The latest ISAG production solution was launched successfully at photokina: the new bookbinding system fastBook Professional.
With numerous orders from leading photo product suppliers, the market entry of fastBook Professional can be considered as a major success.
ISAG now responds to the increasing demands of customers with another powerful version of this new LayFlat binding machine: fastBook Professional 1000.
In comparison to the current version fastBook Professional 600, the new fastBook Professional 1000 processes up to 1,000 sheets by gluing sheet to sheet.
Both system versions are designed for the production of LayFlat photo books up to a format of 18″ x 18″, providing first-class quality with 180 degree opening and panoramic photo layout, spread flawless over two pages. Fields of application for premium photo books are wedding photography, fine art photography, exclusive product presentations and many more lucrative segments.
Producers can increase their workflow flexibility with the high-performance and efficient fastBook Professional production solution. The systems are designed to produce 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Compared to other production lines, this system has a space-saving footprint, and the integrated hotmelt technology reduces consumable costs significantly.
For an extraordinary look and special haptics, these photobook production machines run different types of original photo papers (AgX) and digital printing papers.