Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, three years after introducing its Linoprint C series, is introducing a new generation of printing systems with the Linoprint CV and Linoprint CP models. The devices also include a new Prinect Digital Frontend for RIPping and colour management.
Both printing systems and the Prinect Digital Frontend will be available in spring 2015 and are to replace the previous Linoprint C 751 and Linoprint C 901 models.
Linoprint CV, with a maximum speed rated at 90 pages per minute, is available as a five-colour system to provide white printing and coating (high gloss) functions. The system can run paper formats of up to 700 mm long, suited for applications like 3-page folding brochures or posters.
Linoprint CP, rated for a printing speed of up 130 pages per minute, is aimed at inline finishing for high-capacity stacking, perforating, and folding, as well as producing leaflets and books with adhesive binding. Its image transfer and fusing units are physically separate, which reduces heat. The standard configuration includes a vacuum/suction-tape feeder.
The new Prinect Digital Frontend supports the finishing options of the upgraded Linoprint systems.