CC1, Inc. Installs Automatic Register Control Systems at The Dover Post
Press release from the issuing company
CC1, Inc., the premier provider of digital Automatic Register Control, Web Video, Register Motorization, and Pre-Registration solutions for the web offset market, is announcing that it recently installed three of its eXaminer Automatic Register Control systems at The Dover Post, a weekly newspaper group serving Delware and surrounding states. CC1’s eXaminer is the most advanced and effective automatic register control for four-color newsprint available today.,
The newspaper installed the three eXaminers on its two Heidelberg Harris (Mercury model) and one Tensor color towers..
“Our goal was to improve our registration quality and reduce start-up waste,” says Jim Flood Jr., President of The Dover Post. “Since the installation, our quality is definitely superior and our overall registration consistency has been greatly improved. Further, we are seeing a reduction in our waste numbers; the eXaminer has given us a significant overall improvement.”
The Dover Post chose CC1’s eXaminer systems after carefully researching the various systems available to the newspaper industry. “The eXaminer is a necessity in today’s newspaper environment,” says Flood. “What was acceptable five years ago is no longer acceptable. Customers are much more demanding in today’s environment. By installing the eXaminer we’ve been able to respond to our customers’ higher quality demands.”
The eXaminer Automatic Register Control System from CC1, Inc. provides accurate and consistent automatic control of four-color register (running and sidelay) throughout the press run including start/stops, splices and plate changes.
The eXaminer features:
* Automatic Pre-Positioning of color and cut- off compensators for web path changes;
* Automatic Color Register Control to maintain fast and consistent print register quality throughout speed changes, after splices, web breaks, go-downs, and immediate re-establishing of register after edition or plate changes;
* Full and/or Lateral register motorization is available.
“We look forward to our continued partnership with The Dover Post, as with all our customers, to help reduce waste and maintain fast and consistent print register quality throughout their print runs,” says Richard Lewis, President of CC1, Inc.
Established 30 years ago, The Dover Post produces 11 weekly newspapers primarily for the DelMarVa (Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia) Peninsula as well as printing a variety of other products. Its web printing facility located in Dover, Delaware employs around 100 in a 26,000 sq ft plant.
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