Flash Reproductions purchases Morgana DigiBook 450 Perfect Binder from Sydney Stone

From left are: David Gallant, Vice President at Flash Reproductions; Brennan Wright, Sales Consultant at Sydney Stone; and Rich Pauptit, President at Flash Reproductions.

Flash Reproductions (Mississauga, Ontario) recently installed a new Morgana DigiBook 450 Perfect Binder from print-finishing specialist Sydney Stone, also headquartered in Mississauga. Having spent quite some time evaluating options, Flash determined that the 450 was the ideal equipment addition for their very particular binding needs. “The Morgana DigiBook 450 Perfect Binder was the perfect solution for us,” said Rich Pauptit, President of Flash Reproductions. “The 450 offers the widest range in book sizes in its category, it’s easy to use and reliable – plus, the finished product looks fantastic.” Flash Reproductions has been a mainstay of Toronto’s printing landscape since 1969, during which time it’s exceeded the expectations of countless clients, from small design firms to large corporations.

Michael Steele.

“The Morgana 450 PUR leads in almost every category of specification, with the highlights being its ability to bind a 17.7”-long spine, and apply a cover as thick as 400 GSM,” said Michael Steele, Sales Director of Sydney Stone. “Being in Canada, another key feature for us and our customers is the fact that the 450 comes with a ULC certification direct from the factory – thus eliminating the need for any special inspection prior to installation.” Sydney Stone was established in 1951 and since that time, has grown to become one of the premier Canadian distributors of print-finishing equipment and supplies worldwide. Representing brands such as Xanté, Morgana, MOHR, EBA, Vivid, Watkiss, Duplo and many more, Sydney Stone is known for its extensive product knowledge, well-stocked supply inventory, and demonstration equipment showroom. With a focus on the short-run to medium-run printing market, the company offers the latest technology and solutions for this particular sector.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.