A second heatset web at Spanish printer Jomagar Roto Offset has been brought up-to-date with the latest colour automation.
Acquired last year, the extra Komori System 38D will allow them to bring inhouse previously outsourced work. Existing QI Press Controls technology has been upgraded including renewal of the IDS to IDS-3D colour control.
Jomagar is a family-owned company situated just south of Madrid in Móstoles, and traces its history to 1960, during which time they have built a national and international reputation.
The newly acquired press came with QIPC’s mRC for colour and cut-off register control and IDS to regulate colour. The existing IDS has been replaced with its successor IDS-3D. With the mRC still in good condition, only these existing cameras have been upgraded to the new platform to make one complete system for both register and density control.
Pictured: Members of the team that worked on the retrofit project; Mecaprint sales manager Raúl Barredo Sabando with Jomagar general director Javier Matías