QuadTech/System Brunner CCS-Instrument Flight® Users‘ Conference in Locarno
2013-03-01 Locarno, Switzerland - Users of the inline color control system CCS-Instrument Flight are to meet for the third time from 25 till 26 April 2013. Jointly developed by QuadTech (USA) and System Brunner (Switzerland) for web offset printing and with over 500 installations, it has become the global leader for color and process control solutions.
InkZone Instrument Flight® Lands in the Guinness Book of World Records
2012-12-12 Locarno, Switzerland - Gutenberg Ltd. at Schaan is the first print shop in the world to implement the InkZone Instrument Flight® solution for conducting color control.
French printing group st Finance enjoys success with System Brunner Instrument Flight®
2012-09-12 Locarno, Switzerland - The world’s leading provider of solutions for process control, color control, quality assurance and standardization in the graphics industry is helping the French commercial web offset group, st Finance, to raise its print quality and color consistency to a level never reached previously, as well as achieving a significant reduction in start-up waste.
Hong Kong printers bank on System Brunner Instrument Flight®
2012-07-02 Locarno, Switzerland - Despite increasing competition from printing companies in neighboring mainland China and other Southeast Asian markets, the finance and trading metropolis Hong Kong still has a strong local printing industry. This includes commercial web offset and newspaper printers who bank on high quality and efficient processes and as a result they opt for quality assurance systems from System Brunner.
Announcement concerning DRUPA 2012
2012-03-16 Locarno, Switzerland - System Brunner’s INSTRUMENT FLIGHT® technology has earned worldwide acceptance and notoriety as the leading control strategy on the market. System Brunner’s commitment to excellence and ongoing development of the INSTRUMENT FLIGHT product line, which features priority on gray balance with more than 30 process variables, has been enhanced so that it now incorporates additionally colorimetrically measured data into color control. INSTRUMENT FLIGHT’s multi-dimensional color control handles the full spectrum of process dynamics in offset printing. The result of which is uniform color over the entire print run, including the delicate gray and tertiary tones. To see INSTRUMENT FLIGHT in action at DRUPA, please visit.
The Swiss Connection: a strategic alliance between System Brunner and Digital Information
Zurich-Locarno,Switzerland (February 14, 2012) - Announced today, a strategic alliance between Switzerland-based powerhouses System Brunner and Digital Information makes a global impact on print production by joining System Brunner’s leading Instrument Flight® color control software with Digital Information’s InkZone ink-presets and closed-loop product line, allowing online color control for all major offset printing presses.
Change and continuity at System Brunner AG
LOCARNO, Switzerland (2011-08-25) - In view of his advanced age, Felix Brunner, pioneer of standardization and control of printing processes, has decided to place his company, System Brunner AG, in new hands. In the course of a management buyout under the guidance of Daniel Würgler, the company’s ownership structure is being completely realigned. Daniel Würgler, who has been with System Brunner for almost 30 years, is the new CEO effective immediately.
The leader in color/gray balance control adds another cooperation partner
As already announced, the world’s leading provider of systems for process control, quality assurance and standardization in the graphics industry presented at IPEX a new product solution with Koenig & Bauer AG (KBA) for sheetfed presses that aroused great interest.
KBA joins System Brunner in colour control
Koenig & Bauer AG (KBA) of Germany and System Brunner of Switzerland have teamed up to create an inline measurement and control system that guarantees optimum colour fidelity in sheetfed presses.
2. CCS-IF Anwendertreffen in Volendam
QuadTech and System Brunner invited their European users to the second Users’ Meeting which was held in Volendam (NL) on 14 and 15 May. 31 web offset printers from 16 printing companies in eight European countries attended the meeting, almost half of them from Germany.
Digital printers now able to verify their "offset quality"
These days manufacturers of digital printing systems mostly compare the quality of the output from their systems with offset printing – catchwords are "offset quality" or "offset-similar".
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