Fastbind Adds Two Booxters, a Creaser and Their Own Line of Paper

Fastbind Adds Two Booxters, a Creaser and Their Own Line of Paper


Miramar, FL—Fastbind is now shipping its C500 creaser and the new Booxter Uno and Trio. The company also announced their own line of paper for the photo book market.

“Fastbind has been developing a new product or two for the last few years,” said Kent Dalzell, president of Fastbind USA. “Our goal is to continue to offer better and easier to use solutions for the binding industry and photo album space. As the markets around the world are changing Fastbind sits in a unique position to evaluate worldwide trends as they develop and offer products that will fit those needs not just for the U.S. market place but the worldwide marketplace and that serves us well for our larger customers.”

The Booxter Uno, a slimmed down version of Fastbind’s Booxter Duo, addresses the office environment where a quick and easy photo book, presentation or binding solution is needed. The Booxter Trio is a more automated version of the Booxter Duo; it automatically senses book length and staple binds the book with no intervention from the operator. This new feature allows the operator a hands-free environment to gather additional content while the previous book is binding.

The C500 creaser offers all of the features of the C400 with the added functionality of a larger base and repositioned creasing arm.

Also announced was Fastbind paper for photo books. Targeting the market for high-end lay-flat paper and traditional bond paper, Fastbind will be launching their own version of these papers that will be less expensive “but with more features than traditional bond paper.”