DX-70
FF-280
Folding and sewing systems for digital printing
Short run and BoD solutions
Gathering and sewing lines
Book sewing machines

DX-70 Plus

Cost-effective solutions for high quality sewn books
Also for oversized books
Italian design
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Your Partner in Book Finishing Solutions

palazzina SmythSmyth S.r.l. is a market leader in the design, planning and construction of bookbinding machines and in finding solutions for sewing and binding printed books in both off-set and digital versions, with a vertical focus on thread book sewing machines, gathering machines, back-gluing lines, case-makers and book finishing solutions also for short run books-on-demand.

Smyth guarantees an excellent after-sales service for all its machines, vast technical know-how to support its Customers, continuous innovation and product quality recognised world-wide, with over 560 active customers in 65 countries spread over 5 continents.

Everything is made in Italy at Smyth’s, from the design and planning stage to the production of every single component, with meticulous and fine hand finish that goes into every detail.

The company has its headquarters in Casale Monferrato (AL). It was Smyth who invented the thread book sewing method which bears the Smyth name. From the end of the 1800s this method, recognized the world over as “Smyth Sewing”, has guaranteed high quality, strength and durability and stands as testament that our brand is synonymous with quality and dependability.

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