Renowned in 54 countries as the world standard for sheetfed offset presses, the Lithrone series comprises a deep lineup of products geared to the diverse needs of the industry.
For print quality and productivity, the Lithrone has no rival.
Equipped with the Komori KHS System, a Lithrone press offers very short makeready and reduces paper waste.
- Short Makeready and High Production Efficiency
To shorten makereadies through automation, Komori developed automated presets and cut plate-changing time by introducing APC to the printing industry. The KHS system further expedites press setup with one-shot register adjustment and color matching, which also standardizes the print production process and significantly raises production efficiency. Komori’s engineering and electronics know-how has always focused on raising overall productivity.
- Stable Feeder and Delivery for High-Speed Printing and High Productivity
Lithrone presses are designed and built for high productivity and high print quality. Consistent, stable sheet feeding and delivery are critical to this mission. Komori has spared no effort to ensure that feeder and delivery units perform reliably and predictably in sustained high-speed operation and still maintain the highest standard of print quality.
- Beautiful, Vivid Image Reproduction
Komori machines are renowned for print quality without compromise.
The Lithrone’s printing units are engineered with micron-order precision.
Press rigidity and stable high-speed operation provide the foundation for application of the PDC-S SpectroDensitometer. This technology maintains print quality through digital color management and for integrated print quality control via the PQC system. The result is unrivaled image reproduction.
- Value-added Production Potential
The superb performance of Lithrone presses extends to more than print quality. Komori coaters meet user needs by applying a variety of coatings, including gold and silver, and also offer flexible configuration. These units are designed and built to ensure quick startup and prevent sheet damage during printing.