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Broader criteria for quality club as closing date nears
Broader criteria for quality club as closing date nears

Magazines, digitally-printed and other new print products will be in contention when judging for the next International Color Quality Club starts in January.

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Cortina users share product insights in Eindhoven
Cortina users share product insights in Eindhoven

The growing band of waterless newspaper printers were in Eindhoven - home of Philips and the futuristic Evoluon centre - for the 13th Cortina user workshop meeting.

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New Delhi ring of confidence as Amar Ujala upgrades
New Delhi ring of confidence as Amar Ujala upgrades

With huge daily production runs to complete - including that of its flagship 2.9 million circulation broadsheet - a programme of control upgrades is improving quality and reducing costs at Noida-headquartered Amar Ujala Publications.

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De Persgroep project cuts press controls in world first
De Persgroep project cuts press controls in world first

How many consoles does it take to drive a 12-tower Colorman newspaper press? What if we told you two, or even one smart desk and a somewhat smaller team of press operators...

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Tablet hub launched in Maintellisense project
Tablet hub launched in Maintellisense project

manroland web has launched its MainPad service and maintenance tablet as a preliminary stage of its Maintellisense rollout.

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1992 Colorman gets a closed-loop lease on life
1992 Colorman gets a closed-loop lease on life

A Colorman press which was to have been split or scrapped is being given a new lease on life with closed-loop automation.

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Stitched broadsheets in prospect with lateral system
Stitched broadsheets in prospect with lateral system

Inline stitching specialist Tolerans has introduced a new use for its Flowliner product... just in time for the Ifra World Publishing Expo.

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Million-copy daily updates with three new presses
Million-copy daily updates with three new presses

Three new Mitsubishi newspaper presses are to be installed at million-circulation Japanese daily Hokkaido Shimbun.

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Installs put IST Metz further into India's UV market
Installs put IST Metz further into India's UV market

Six UV systems being installed at three Times of India print sites are the latest Indian application of the curing technology.

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DB's double benefit from press automation
DB's double benefit from press automation

The benefits of press automation - and specifically auto colour register - are gaining increasing recognition among India's newspaper publishers.

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Virtualised MPS lowers the cost of platform upgrades
Virtualised MPS lowers the cost of platform upgrades

A new version 6 of ABB's press management system has been marked with a sale to Schibsted's Bergens Tidende in Norway.

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'Umbrella' puts manroland in control of DFM's Goss
'Umbrella' puts manroland in control of DFM's Goss

DFM's Bay Area News Group is to put manroland controls on its Goss presses as part of an upgrade of its Concord, California, print facility.

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BCCL team confirm Delhi controls upgrade order
BCCL team confirm Delhi controls upgrade order

An order to modernise controls on a Geoman press at Times of India's Sahibabad print site will be EAE's largest in the country to date.

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HD inkjet, LED-UV the tops for InterTech awards
HD inkjet, LED-UV the tops for InterTech awards

Two inkjet web presses with quality to rival offset, and a curing system based on LED light are among winners of this year's InterTech Technology Awards.

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Modular system smooths Colorliner upgrade process
Modular system smooths Colorliner upgrade process

Goss International has developed a modular controls and drives upgrade for its Colorliner double-width presses.

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Control upgrades expand commercial capability
Control upgrades expand commercial capability

Some 12 of Harland Simon's new press control desks will go into projects for Gannett Publishing Services in Kentucky and Tennessee.

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Flexible Uniset to print coldset and heatset
Flexible Uniset to print coldset and heatset

GWS and its South African agent manroland web will partner on the installation of a unique semicommercial Uniset 75.

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'Affordable' desk presents a complete upgrade solution
'Affordable' desk presents a complete upgrade solution

Harland Simon is in production with an affordable new press control desk.

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Newsprinters collaboration spawns new ideas and technology
Newsprinters collaboration spawns new ideas and technology

Plans to use QI control technology to provide condition monitoring of its presses are the latest outcome of UK-based Newsprinters' ongoing relationship with the developer.

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German daily commits to future with Geoman design
German daily commits to future with Geoman design

German book and newspaper publisher Vorländer is making "a clear statement" with an order for a new press to print their daily Siegener Zeitung.

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Colourful cans come from KBA's technology cupboard
Colourful cans come from KBA's technology cupboard

KBA has applied its years of keyless inking development to a new system for printing on metal cans.

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Transformed Kiwi print site set for another 20 years
Transformed Kiwi print site set for another 20 years

A large order to refit and automate colour control on a 21-year-old newspaper press on "the other side of the world" is a special one for QI Press Controls for two reasons.

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'Colossal' Austrian order for QIPC-EAE updates 13 presses
'Colossal' Austrian order for QIPC-EAE updates 13 presses

After a trial on one of its eight KBA presses in Vienna, Austrian publisher Mediaprint will add QI Press Controls' IDS-3D colour and register control to the remaining seven presses, plus three more in St. Andrä.

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Richmatt adds QuadTech to growing portfolio
Richmatt adds QuadTech to growing portfolio

Malaysia-based Richmatt Graphics has added control systems vendor QuadTech to a portfolio which includes Indian press maker Manugraph.

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News' Rocky print start has Chelsea up in the air
News' Rocky print start has Chelsea up in the air

How do you make a story about new printing and distribution arrangements look interesting? Illustrate it with a large picture of a leggy brunette, of course.

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