M80

efficient | flexible | perfect

 
 
Always the right decision

The M80 from MBO is the folding machine of the future. It adapts perfectly to the changing environment of today’s market. The M80 is the world’s only fully adaptable folder. This machine gives you the flexibility to install “add-on” components after your initial purchase in order to meet new job requirements. If a new job structure comes along that demands more out of your machine the M80 can be expanded accordingly with multiple options.

 
Features
Slitter Shaft Cassette (optional)
The extractable slitter shaft cassette reduces changeover times dramatically. This ergonomic feature slides out once the locking pin is released, thus allowin for easy access on the operator side. The integrated scale on the cassette allows the precise adjustment and positioning of the knives.
     
Belt Drive
The proven MBO belt drive for combination and buckle folding machines guarantees extremely quiet operation as well as long maintenance free periods. The auto belt tensioning element nearly eliminates the need for manual control or readjustment of the belt. Low follow-up and operational costs make the MBO belt drive an especially efficient long-term solution.
     
M1 – The Next Generation of Machine Control Systems
With its graphic user interface and intuitive menus, the M1 Control is very user friendly. Its touchscreen display allows operators to control multiple machine functions from the same interface by simply navigating through the M1 menu options.
 
News

Herzog+Heymann is holding an Open House

Herzog+Heymann, the specialist for custom machine engineering in the field of print processing machines and a member of the MBO Group, is holding an Open House in Bielefeld from September 19 - 22, 2018 …
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First K60 worldwide in operation at Brüggli Medien

Since the beginning of the year, Brüggli Medien in Romanshorn has been producing on a K60 combi folding machine from MBO. It is the first machine worldwide in a new series for the 50/70 format. Urs Seehawer, technical director …
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