Three elderly but trusted Harris web presses are now 'state-of-the-art', thanks to new control technology.
The N400B - the newspaper version of a press design which dates to before Heidelberg bought Harris Web in 1988 (and sold the combined business to Goss six years later) - remains popular, not least for its ability to handle lightweight stocks.
Now examples at HT Media and Delhi Press have been updated with the latest technology from QI Press Controls.
At Hindustan Times in Greater Noida, two mRC-3D cameras are central to a colour register and cut-off update, replacing an older and no longer functioning system from another manufacturer.
Also in Delhi, a similar set-up is bringing new life to the Harris N400B at Delhi Press Patra Prakashan, where it replaces an obsolete system.
The company publishes 33 magazines in ten languages - including The Caravan, Champak, Grihshobha, Saras Salil and Sarita - with group readership of more than 35 million.
QIPC's recent Indian successes have also included another Harris press, this time an M110 at Mirror Image in Gandhinagar, again with an mRC-3D system.
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