Web Presses

Diamond MAX+ Series

Diamond MAX+ Series commercial web presses combine proven printing technologies that have long benefited Mitsubishi web press users and recently developed mechanical and digital enhancements to simplify production, reduce printing costs and enable shorter delivery times. The major operational benefits include quick makereadies and plate changes and easier format changeovers, such as tabloid to magazine to digest to flat sheets. The presses also provide stable, accurate operation at high production speeds and heavy ink coverage with continuous ink lay-down.

The shaftless drive design relies on the synchronized control of high-precision motors, resulting in significantly lower power consumption, quieter press operation, faster makeready times and simpler press maintenance. It contributes to greater stability during high-speed operation.

Other standard features include high-speed plate changing, fully automatic folder changeover and MAX-Saver waste-reduction software. MAX (short for Multiple Advantages and Expertise) brings incredible production efficiencies and automation to your pressroom. Diamond MAX+ presses maximize flexibility, quality and productivity.

“One-button operation” is the essence of the Diamond MAX+ lineup. Key press functions from startup to print completion can be executed with a minimal amount of manual involvement to ease the shortage of experienced web press operators.

Diamond 16 MAX+

Diamond 16 MAX+

The Diamond 16 MAX+ is aimed at printing operations that print magazines, pamphlets, specialty publications and newspaper advertising inserts.

Diamond 16 MAX+

Diamond 32 MAX+

Diamond 32 MAX+

With its 32-page signature format, the Diamond 32 MAX+ commercial web press is well suited for short- to medium-run book and catalog manufacturing and related markets.

Diamond 32 MAX+

Diamond 48 MAX+

Diamond 48 MAX+

Designed for high-pagination printing, the Diamond 48 MAX+ targets short- to medium-run catalog and publication markets.

Diamond 48 MAX+


Manufactured by

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.