The installation was a festive occasion with strong participation from DSGMC members, including Manjinder Singh Sirsa, the president of DSGMC, and Harmit Singh Kalka, the general secretary.
“The Heidelberg Speedmaster CS-92 enhances overall print quality and productivity, with quicker makereadies and turnarounds. We are excited to print Sri Guru Granth Sahib on a world-class quality press,” Manjinder Singh said.
Built upon the Speedmaster CD 102 platform, the Heidelberg Speedmaster CS 92 can accommodate a wide array of print substrates with thicknesses ranging from 0.03-mm to 0.6-mm. Boasting print speeds of up to 15,000-sheets/hour, this high-end press is integrated with Heidelberg’s proprietary Prinect workflow to make operations simple and intuitive.
The remote-controlled, calibration-free foil ink fountain of the Heidelberg Speedmaster CS 92 ensures superior quality and stable colouring through the entire production run, with 500 increments per colour zone. A speed-compensated Alcolor dampening system facilitates stable ink-water balance, and outstanding print quality.
The DSGMC and Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), Amritsar are the only two bodies with exclusive and legal authorisation to publish the authentic version of Gurmat literature (philosophy of the Gurus), the holy scripture and other religious texts of the Sikhs. The two committees also supply scripture and sacred literature to NRI Sikhs living in 50 countries.
Manjinder Singh concluded, “The Heidelberg Speedmaster CS-92 is a value asset to assist the shift from conventional and monochrome press operations to highly-automated, full-volume, colour printing. Waste optimisation is an added bonus. With the CS-92, we look forward to setting new benchmarks in productivity and performance.”