Industrial collating machines are used in the printing and bookbinding trade. They are used to bind large numbers of sheets of paper together. This is important because it allows for more efficient production. The machines use a number of different techniques to bind the sheets together. These techniques include hot pressing, adhesives, and wire binding.

The machines can cause injuries if not used correctly. For example, the jaws of the machine can pinch or grab pieces of paper, which can lead to pain and injury. In addition, the machine’s speed and power can cause other serious injuries such as amputations if not used properly.

If you have been injured by a collating machine for printing and bookbinding trade use, contact an attorney. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. An attorney can help you understand your legal rights and options.