Web Press

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Web Press

A printer using a roll to churn out paper.
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With more than 40 presses operating at customer sites worldwide, HP Inkjet Web Presses have produced more than 5 billion pages since the first commercial HP Inkjet Web Press installation in December 2008.
Closing the quality and performance gap enables PSPs to shift more work from offset presses to HP PageWide Web Presses, reducing waste and makeready, offering just-in-time delivery and streamlining supply chains.
46 billion pages produced on HP Inkjet Web Presses in 2010.
Edelmann is a manufacturer of offset narrow web presses with a global installed base of 3,400 machines.
Donnelley & Sons for development of HP Inkjet Web Press solutions, HP also announced the establishment of an additional sales channel for HP Inkjet Web presses that is managed and operated by Pitney Bowes, the industry's leading provider of Intelligent Mail solutions.
MAN Roland's Lithoman IV press prints a 48-page signature with each impression, making it significantly larger and faster than most high-capacity web presses used to print books.
We believe owners and operators of HP Indigo's web presses will experience the same benefits.
Additionally, several orders were concluded for commercial web presses and high-volume bindery equipment.
The agreement adds the blazing speed of Scitex VersaMark(TM) Series continuous feed, monochrome, spot-color and full-color web presses to Xerox's extensive arsenal of color products for high-end printing environments.
Under the agreement, Prisco will initially distribute Baldwin's IMPACT(R) Automatic Blanket Cleaning Systems to the retrofit market for 26" and larger sheetfed presses and half size commercial web presses.
As with the other vertical markets The Online Asset Exchange serves, the printing and converting industries worldwide will now have an efficient method of managing surplus printing machinery, such as sheet fed and web presses, prepress, converting and finishing equipment, through The Online Asset Exchange.
Entries in the category of "Scientific/Technical Journals - Web" (which refers to publications printed on web presses versus sheetfed presses) are judged according to: difficulty of registration pattern; excellence of production; difficulty of manufacture; and overall appearance, quality and aesthetic impact - as well as other elements.