Standard Finishing Systems (Booth 617) will present a broad range of intelligently automated post press, paper handling and inserting solutions at Graph Expo, including several North American premiers. Live demonstrations of complete system solutions have been organized to simulate real-world production environments, including a bookbinding workflow that begins with pre-printed digital rolls. A Standard Hunkeler UW6 unwinds a 20-inch-wide roll which is sheeted in the Standard Hunkeler CS6 rotary cutter and signature folded in the Standard Horizon AF-566F Digital folder. Individual signatures are then accumulated and pressed into book blocks in the intelligent PSX-56 stacker, before being conveyed to the operator input station of the new BQ-270V perfect binder. The Standard Horizon BQ-270V—which is being shown for the first time—is equipped with a sensor-activated book block digital caliper system that delivers ultra-fast book-of-one capability. Based on the established BQ-270 technology platform, new BQ-270V features include rapid automated set-up with effectively zero makeready time between different book thicknesses. Bound books are then trimmed in the new HT-30C three-side trimmer, which now has color touchscreen control and an optional barcode-driven system that can automatically vary finished trim size from book to book for on demand production.