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Stephens & George switches to Speedmaster XL 106

Stephens & George will this month switch its final XL 105 for another 18,000sph Speedmaster XL 106-10-P as part of an effort to strengthen its service offering

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The new device will come complete with Inpress Control 2, which Stephens & George says could help reduce makeready times and waste sheets

The move comes after the company also took delivery of an eight-colour XL 106 earlier this year, with the latest investment set to increase its arsenal to five XL 106 presses.

The new device will feature with Inpress Control 2, a second generation inline spectral measurement that the firm says will help reduce makeready times and cut waste sheets by up to 20 per cent.

Andrew Jones, managing director of Stephens & George, comments: “This press will feature CutStar 106, Inpress Control and Autoplate XL.

The market remains competitive but the largest and most efficient companies are the ones which will thrive

“They are vital tools for us; we are a company that can produce a range of work in volume and with high productivity but without any compromise to quality. 

“We work to ISO 12647-2 colour quality standards to ensure we retain consistency. 

“The market remains competitive but the largest and most efficient companies are the ones which will thrive.”

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