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. Standard has organized a live demonstration of a complete bookbinding workflow that begins with pre-printed digital rolls up to 30-inch wide. In a North American premier, the new Standard Hunkeler PF7 Plow-fold Module is designed to convert digitally-imaged webs up to 30-inch-wide into book blocks that are then bound on the Standard Horizon BQ-470 Perfect Binder in-line with the HT-80 Three-knife Trimmer. The PF7 applies one or two folds in the web direction as needed before the CS6 cutter/stacker converts the multiple-up imposition into cleanly offset-stacked and signatured book blocks, which are then conveyed to the operator input station of the binder for “near-line” efficiency. The BQ-470 can produce up to 1,350 books per hour, bind books up to 2.5 inches thick, and meet varying customer application requirements with interchangeable glue tanks that support both hot-melt EVA and PUR adhesives. The HT-80 allows for trimming of variable thickness books, one after another, for true on demand book production, and is designed for operation in-line with the BQ-470 or for off-line use.