I don't think you can do it by yourself on any PC, contact your local Heidelberg agency for this.
Did you tried different type of paper/board?
What is the grain direction?
The press operator can only control densities on the press not L*a*b*.
You can set the rollers away from oscillators during the holidays to prevent any damage to the roller surface or its form due to constant contact.
An SM52 or GTO 52 would be a good choice but max print area is around 14X20 inches.
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May be an issue of cash register.....:mad:
And do you run integrated?
Turbotom is right, you should look for GTO with alcolor dampening system. Easy to handle and much more reliable.
Nope, sold out
Agree with you alibryan.
If your florescent is laying on process colors, try to use the screen angle of the process color that is less likely to come in contact...
May be your compressor needs service, do you release the water from compressed air tank?
SM74 can handle all the above mentioned gsm paper, but there can be marking and smudging issues with the heavier board but you can use super blue...
Also let us know what type of work you have, Publishing, Packaging or Promotional Items?
Yes there are advantages for the operator like, control of printing units impression on/off, print pressure adjustment (not on the earlier...
Mostly for the 1st pantone color black angle is used, if there are more than one Pantone color use the color which has least amount of coverage in...
It usually happens with low quality recycled papers and also if your grain direction is wrong.
My choice would be a 5+Coater press. You always have an option of 5th color.
Inline aqueous coating dries quicker and doesn't get yellow over...
As others said, Better look for a CD than SM. In my opinion if a press of 1988 is mechanically and electrically in good shape than a press of...