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B&K Offsetdruck orders further KBA web press at Drupa
KBA C16 for magazine printer in Ottersweier, Germany
B&K Offsetdruck is no high-volume printer: on the contrary, its strengths lie in customisation from the initial consultation, pre-press input, design and development to final production. Since being established over 40 years ago this family enterprise has seen continuous healthy growth. Today its 200-strong workforce demonstrate their experience and skill in operating cutting-edge technology.
Magazines and covers off the reel
The new KBA C16 will be used to print upmarket magazines and journals, complete with their covers, to the highest quality standards. The five printing units will have ultra-fast plate changers and are engineered for a maximum rated speed of 65,000iph. KBA imprinters in the first printing units will allow flying imprints even in very short runs.
Maintenance- and waste-saving automation
The C16 boasts some exclusive features, among them low-maintenance, energy-efficient KBA RollerTronic automated roller locks and cutting-edge ErgoTronic console technology with KBA LogoTronic presetting software. It will be embedded in the Compacta 217's existing LogoTronic Professional system for production-data capture and MIS networking. Gluing and softening devices, a cutter and a highly automated P3 folder with double parallel and delta fold mean that production options will be virtually unlimited. The new C16 is scheduled to come on stream at B&K in June next year.
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