QIPC con­tin­ues to ex­pand in In­dia

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QIPC, a Dutch spe­cial­ist in mea­sure­ment and con­trol sys­tems for the web off­set mar­ket, re­cently re­ceived five new or­ders from print­ing con­cerns in the Kolkata re­gion of West Ben­gal: CDC Print­ers, Sristi Graphic (two sep­a­rate or­ders), Darpan Con­clave and NAP Print­ers. A sixth or­der was placed by Bhi­wandi-based Print Plus.

At the be­gin­ning of the sum­mer, CDC Print­ers or­dered two mRC-3D cam­eras for color reg­is­ter con­trol and au­to­matic cut-off con­trol for its print­ing plant in Kolkata. QIPC sys­tems had al­ready been in­stalled in the plant, but with an ex­tra print­ing tower hav­ing since been added to the Manu­graph City­line press, fur­ther au­to­ma­tion was es­sen­tial.

Sristi Graphic placed two iden­ti­cal or­ders for its two Naph presses, in­volv­ing a dou­ble or­der for two mRC-3D cam­eras for color reg­is­ter con­trol, fit­ted with AIMS (Au­to­matic Ink Mist Shield). “Prior to this, Sristi Graphic had no au­to­mated color reg­is­ter what­so­ever,” Vi­jay Pandya says Vi­jay Pandya, manag­ing di­rec­tor of QIPC-EAE In­dia.

Darpan Con­clave or­dered two mRC- 3D cam­eras with an iden­ti­cal con­fig­u­ra­tion for their new TPH Ori­ent press.

The fi­nal In­dian or­der came from Print Plus. The print­ing plant in Bhi­wandi is about to have two mRC-3D cam­eras for color reg­is­ter in­stalled on a Prakash press. The au­to­ma­tion sys­tem will lead to con­sid­er­able sav­ings in la­bor costs and help re­duce waste.

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