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CPC is installing a range of AVT and GMI products at its CPC Haferkamp facility in northern Germany.

CPC Haferkamp recently ordered a Nilpeter MO 4 modular offset press for labels and packaging applications.

The press will be equipped with Microcolor NW – GMI’s remote digital ink control solution; Printvision/Helios II – AVT’s 100 per cent automatic inspection and quality assurance solution; and AVT’s Workflow Link solution – providing press-to-rewinder digital workflow support to ensure efficient removal of defective material.

The GMI Microcolor NW is an automated, fully digital solution, designed for narrow web applications.

For job re-runs, correct ink settings can be immediately achieved using the Microcolor NW’s ink setting storage feature.

Colour adjustments can be precisely performed during the print run with its touch-screen operation.

Working in conjunction with the Printvision/Helios II, operators can immediately identify any colour shift and easily handle colour changes detected early in the process by the Printvision/Helios II.

The product detects print defects as soon as they start to evolve and alerts the press operator in real time, so remedial action can be taken.

The system detects both process and random defects including misprints, mis-register, colour variation, text imperfections, spots and splashes.

data is automatically stored in the system’s database, where it can be viewed, analysed and edited.

Reports can then be generated and used for process improvement and down-stream quality assurance.

Information gathered from the Printvision/Helios II is sent via the AVT Workflow Link solution to a Leomat rewinder.

The AVT Workflow Link uses the data from the press to control the rewinder, stopping it at the appropriate places so that defective copy can be removed.

This ensures that optimal quality print without defects is delivered to the customer.

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