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Mitsubishi to Promote 'Net Production Nets Profits' at Ipex 2010

Monday, May 10, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Hiroshima, Japan - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), together with its European subsidiary Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe – Printing Machinery Division (MHIE-PPD), today announced plans for its participation at Ipex 2010. In addition to promoting the company's full line of sheet-fed and commercial web offset presses at the NEC Birmingham venue (Stand No. 20B630, Hall 20), Mitsubishi will also provide visitors an insight into the means for maximizing press production time, minimizing press downtime, and delivering high value-added printed products.

One means for reaching these goals is the Diamond Color Navigator, now available in versions for the company's line of both sheet-fed and commercial web offset presses. This revolutionary color-adjustment system allows press operators to carry out precise color adjustments based on their own intuitive color perception.

The 2009 PIA InterTech Technology Award winning system implements adjustments simultaneously to achieve the desired color match, unlike the conventional and time-consuming method of inputting adjustments at individual color units.

The DIAMOND V3000LX straight press for thin to thick stock along with the unique DIAMOND V3000TP tandem perfector will serve as corner stones in promoting Mitsubishi's line of sheet-fed offset presses. For commercial web offset presses, this role will be served by the Mitsubishi DIAMOND 16MAX+, which offers a number of standard features designed specifically to boost production in short and long runs. In lieu of actual press hardware, graphics and video presentations will be available on these and other press models.

In addition to giving sneak previews of its new Production and Quality Maintenance Program and LED drying system for B1-sized presses, Mitsubishi also plans to the utilize the world's largest English-speaking graphic arts exhibition venue to introduce its new press sales and service distributor for the UK and Ireland.

 

 

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