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Cenveo Anderson Lithograph Purchases First Mitsubishi Diamond 16 Max Web Offset Press

Friday, October 29, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

LOS ANGELES — Cenveo Anderson Lithograph has purchased a Diamond 16 MAX commercial web offset press, the company announced today. The high-end commercial printer will install the press at its Los Angeles manufacturing facility. The press configuration is a six-unit/ one-web with a pinless combination folder and pinless former folder. The Diamond MAX Series is the newest generation of commercial web presses from Mitsubishi. In a single-web configuration, the Diamond 16 MAX produces 16-page signatures at the operational design speed of 1,800 feet per minute, and employs a mini-gap blanket design. It also features a shaftless drive system that results in lower power consumption, quieter operations, faster makeready times and simpler press maintenance. The Diamond 16 MAX incorporates as standard equipment Mitsubishi's MAX-Saver waste-reduction software. Other standout features include digitally controlled ink key cassettes that ensure high-precision control of ink volume supply and a high-speed semiautomatic plate-changing system that significantly reduces job makeready. The infeed pretension function capitalizes on the inherent advantages of the shaftless drive system to guarantee quick press startup. Mitsubishi Lithographic Presses (MLP U.S.A., Inc.) markets multicolor sheetfed and web lithographic presses manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. MLP U.S.A. provides complete sales, parts and service for the entire line of Mitsubishi presses. For more information, contact MLP U.S.A. in Lincolnshire, Ill., at (847) 634-9100. Information also can be obtained by visiting the company's website at www.mlpusa.com.

 

 

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