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Engle Printing Company Orders Second DCOS Press Automation Upgrade

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Kinna – Engle Printing Company, Inc (EPC,) a family owned printing company located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has ordered a second CRC4 closed loop density / register control system from DCOS Automation.

The CRC4 system will be installed on a second Tensor T400BE press with a configuration of four towers and one folder replacing the existing WPC register system. For ink density control, DCOS will integrate the CRC4 camera system with the existing Perretta remote inkers-The second press order came only a month after completion of the initial installation.
Jeremy Engle, VP Operation on why they moved forward with the project so quickly, “we are very happy with the DCOS solution that was installed last year. We are seeing immediate results and our production team believes it was the best install they have experienced.”

“Engle has been a fantastic customer for our closed loop density and register control equipment. We greatly appreciate the confidence they have in DCOS and look forward to continuing this partnership with the goal of making their presses run more efficiently, with low waste, and enhanced print quality” says Ron Ehrhardt, Sales Director – Americas, DCOS Sweden AB.

DCOS has also been contracted to replace the drives on an existing chill roll assembly on Engle’s Tensor T460 press with IR dryers.

The equipment will be shipped in May 2019 and installation
will be completed by the end of June 2019.

 

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