Layflat LF2000 All-in Max Bookbinding System Debuts

Layflat LF2000 All-in Max Bookbinding System Debuts


Meggen, Switzerland—The new Layflat LF2000 All-in Max fully automatic bookbinding system for creating layflat photo books made its first appearance at the Printing United Expo, October 19–21, in Las Vegas.

Layflat LF2000 Specs

The LF2000 processes all paper sizes from 8×8 inches to 21×18 inches, with an automatic paper alignment system. Consequently, it is compatible with both the HP Indigo 12000 and 15K digital presses.

Moreover, the system integrates auto feeding, creasing, folding, spinning pressing and book-block assembling into a single machine. It creates photo books by gluing simplex pages back-to-back as well as inserting cardboard in between sheets. Its maximum speed is 2,000 A3 sheets/hr. With cardboard inserts, it prints 1,000 A3 pages/hr.

In addition, it accepts sheet thickness of 0.15mm–0.3mm as well as cardboard thickness of 0.35mm –1.00mm.

Touchscreen controls make the unit easy to operate. “After many discussions with international PSPs, we developed the Layflat LF2000 All-in Max to meet their requirements,” said Djawad Khorosh, CEO of

“Created during Covid, this machine is designed to CE standards, along with low-cost maintenance and remote monitoring.”

While headquartered in Switzerland, the company has woven a close-knit alliance of companies from around the world to offer reliable regional manufacturing, sales as well as customer support. Moreover, it manufactures all systems to stringent EU requirements.

In addition the company launched in fall 2020 with binding systems that leverage the rapidly growing demand for premium layflat photo books. Founded on the principle of establishing long-term relationships with customers, has evolved into an international bookbinding team. What’s more, it encompasses design, manufacturing, logistics, distribution, marketing, sales and support. Layflat LF2000-What's Happening December 2020

The company also offers the latest bookbinding technologies suitable for unique requirements. Each of its machines meets different needs for speed and productivity. Notably, its binding techniques allow a photo book to have a seamless, uninterrupted display when opened. There is no content obstructed by the gutter.

The systems also feature easy installation, operation and maintenance. Plus, with simple training, the systems do not require specialized skills.