Brochures

Machines for Finishing Professionals

Brochure finishing

Calendar production

tb flex for stitched calendars and blocks

  • Collating
  • Integrated stitching
  • Integrated perforating
  • Feeder and folding device for lining strip
  • Gluing
  • Cross cut
  • Turning and piling
  • 4200 B3 calendars/h, 2400 B2 calendars/h

tb flex inline with Wire-O calendar production

  • Calendars and blocks with spiral binding

Wire-O die punching machine tb 201P

  • Square punching
  • Thumbhole
  • Simple handling with 3 lined display
  • Jogger

Form punching, multiple ups

inline with tb 303 or tb 304 or offline
Form punching tb 503 F

Multiple ups tb 503

  • Up to 5 ups (4 tools)
  • File hole punching
  • Edge hole punching

Delivery systems

Non-stop pile delivery

  • The sets are counted and collected to piles
  • Pile height up to 15 cm
  • Formats: 14.8 x 14.8 cm to 50 x 70 cm
  • Normal and staggered delivery
  • Piles run continuously on delivery belts with overrun protection

Pallet-delivery

  • Pile height up to 55 cm
  • Format: 50 x 70 cm
  • Normal and staggered delivery on a simple pallet
  • The delivery will be emptied by a hand fork lift

Numbering

inline with tb collator or offline
Numbering machine tb 345N

  • Format up to 35 x 50 cm
  • Numbering device with max. 4 mounting rings with 4 numbering boxes each
  • Three retractable zeros
  • Backward numbering, straight or convex for max. 10 copies of ‘SD-papers (40 g/m2)
  • Delivery jogger

The Company

Managing Directors:

Thilo Theisen, Susanne Bonitz, Achim Theisen

Theisen & Bonitz was founded 1982 by Helmut Bonitz and Herbert Theisen. The collators, stitcher-folder-trimmers, punching- and numbering-machines are developed and built in own production halls about 3500 m² large. Presently Theisen & Bonitz employs approximately 40 members of staff.

Experienced conception and construction as well as precise production by latest CNC-machines are the basis for the quality of Theisen & Bonitz machines.

Thilo Theisen

Susanne Bonitz

Achim Theisen

Development and construction

Frame construction

CNS supported parts production

Assembly

Demonstration