Druck­haus Wit­tich gets up­grades from QIPC

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Ger­man print­ing com­pany Druck­haus Wit­tich is hav­ing two of its presses up­graded us­ing au­to­ma­tion sys­tems from Dutch firm Q.I. Press Con­trols (QIPC). The two com­pa­nies have worked to­gether be­fore, as Druck­haus owns other presses fit­ted with QIPC au­to­ma­tion sys­tems. In the cur­rent up­grade, one press will get a re­place­ment to its ex­ist­ing QIPC sys­tem and an­other will change over to QIPC.

A man­roland CROMOMAN print­ing press with five tow­ers, dat­ing to 2002 and lo­cated in Fohren in south­west Ger­many, will be fit­ted with a new mRC-3D sys­tem for color con­trol and cut-off con­trol. The ten cam­eras will re­place the old QIPC IRS sys­tem. “They are aim­ing to bring about re­duc­tions in waste as well as to im­prove the qual­ity of their print­ing,” said QIPC di­rec­tor of in­ter­na­tional sales and mar­ket­ing Jaco Blei­jen­berg of Druck­haus Wit­tich’s aims with the up­grade.

The sec­ond mRC-3D sys­tem for color reg­is­ter and cut-off con­trol will be fit­ted onto a man­roland CROMOMAN press dat­ing to 1999. This press cur­rently uses a reg­is­ter sys­tem sup­plied by an­other com­pany, to be re­placed by the mRC-3D sys­tem.

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