These include newspaper firms such as The Hind Samachar from Jalandhar, Jyoti Book Depot from Jalandhar, Newsline Printers Bangalore from Bengaluru, Naidunia Media from Indore, Makkal Kural from Chennai and from commercial print firms like RMOS Print India from Navi Mumbai and Hiscan from Changodar, Gujarat.
Vijay Pandya, managing director QIPCI, said, “Our products deliver quality result which are critical in print production. The robust technology has been popular in the printing industry and that is why we receive new as well as repeat orders.”
Meanwhile, Q QIPCI unveiled the latest IDS close loop colour control system at PrintPack India 2013. The system was launched at Drupa 2012.
Vijay Pandya, managing director, QIPCI, said, “This is the upgraded version with water control, defect detection and dot gain reporting. This system does not refer to the colour bar printed in newspaper. It is an online system, which measures the colour by referring it with one bit TIFF file. It compares the LAB values.”
Besides IDS, QIPCI also launched MRC 3D, a colour registration camera. This camera captures the depth of the image on the paper. As on date QIPC has installed more than 8,000 systems worldwide.