Arcade Beauty Carestia Obtains a Heidelberg Speedmaster CX 104
As part of the responsible optimization of its know-how, Arcade Beauty Carestia has invested in a Heidelberg CX 104 offset printing machine. Until now, Carestia has been equipped with large-format on all the stations (cutting, gilding, embossing...) and is now heading for the large-format offset, harmonizing its machines. The latest generation equipment has dual capabilities, allowing for UV printing and conventional offset printing. The machine offers a consistent quality whatever the support, from extra thin stock to rigid cardboard.
Gaining in agility
With this acquisition, the Mouans-Sartoux site is pursuing its strategy of intelligent automation. It is part of the company's project to implement the PSO color management standard as part of its ISO 12647-2 certification. Remarkable for its production speed and its flexibility, this machine allows for a faster proofing process, optimized schedule, and consistent color quality.
A great step towards CSR goals
This new equipment will optimize impositions and increase production capacity. Accurate and fast color matching at the start of production and stable inking throughout the run will help reduce paperboard waste. In addition, this machine has a more efficient power consumption. Heidelberg is committed to its customers through CO2-neutral certification by compensating 100% of the carbon emissions generated by manufacturing and transport of the machine.
Finally, its ergonomic design provides operators with an optimized and safe working environment.
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