Print 05 & Converting 05 -- New Product Reference Guide
Innolutions will introduce on-press BCC Barless Closed Loop Color Control. Measure and maintain color by directly scanning the print without the need of a color bar. Uses existing ink fountains and includes CIP3 fountain presetting.
McPhersons will offer the latest trends in wedding stationery, seal’n sends, sep’n sends and laser compatible papers in traditional and contemporary designs. Wraps, embellishments, accessories and personalized napkins are also available.
Quark will debut QuarkXPress 7. Packed with expert transparency tools, Unicode and Open Type support and collaboration and interoperability based on open standards such as JDF, PDF-X and PPML, QuarkXPress 7 will transform creative communications.
Prisco will highlight three non-corrosive fountain solution concentrates. Questar CTP CR-1S is a one-step highly buffered formula primarily for sheetfed printing. Webfount 225E is ideal for high-speed heatset web presses with continuous dampening systems. Webfount 225A is a version for highly alkaline water. Webfount 115E is for coldset web printing and heatset presses with brush dampening systems.
The next generation design of Innotech Equipment’s INNOFORMER, the geometric air bar plow eliminates adjustments needed by rotary plows, thereby speeding makeready and increasing productivity. Locate before the folder to increase range of products produced or locate before gap cutting sheeter to produce multi-folded and trimmed direct mail pieces.
Sakurai will introduce a new high-speed, fully automated, 20x26˝ four-color convertible perfector. The 466SD/SDP runs at 16,000 iph. Standard features include automatic perfecting changeover, automatic plate changers, automatic blanket and roller washers, a Sakurai auto set sheet preset device, and double diameter impression and transfer cylinders.
The StitchFold bookletmaker and trimmer system, from MBM Corp., uses wire-fed stitching technology. With a sheet capacity of 25, the StitchFold can saddlestitch and trim 2,300 sets/hour. The system provides lower operating costs than bookletmakers using preformed staples, as 65,000 booklets can be produced from a single spool of wire.