Colour register control is winning growing recognition in India with orders for Dutch specialist QI Press Controls from printer Pudhari Publications and press maker Sigmarq.
Pudhari is installing QI's mRC-3D-system in their plant in Kolhapur, while Sigmarq's first application will be for a press under construction for a customer in Kenya.
Yogesh Jadav, managing director of established customer Pudhari Publications, says that with print costs constantly increasing, they were looking for a way to keep them under control. The installation will realise savings in waste and simplify production.
Emerging Indian press builder Sigmarq had identified the advantages of the QIPC systems, and has aspirations towards building larger high speed presses. QIPC India managing director Rakeshkumar Dave says the strong relationship will offer them the possibility to grow along with Sigmarq. "The four mRC-3D-cameras that Sigmarq has ordered now will be installed on a press in Nairobi, giving us an immediate entry into the growing African market," he says.
QIPC's mRC-3D system for colour register is able to measure accurately regardless of the focus distance and the distortions of the web, making response times very limited and realising large waste savings. The company says equipping a system with double sensors makes it possible to handle depth - as in the case of flutter, waves or creases in webs - more efficiently.
Pictured: The mRC-3D system on a Sigmarq press
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