Web Press

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Web Press

A printer using a roll to churn out paper.
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The survey objectives were as follows: to conduct technical research among companies printing/converting flexible packaging applications on narrow web presses; to identify some of the production parameters around narrow web flexible packaging (ink utilization, web widths, etc.); to identify primary day-to-day "pain points" for those companies printing/converting narrow web flexible packaging applications; and to gauge average annual growth for the narrow web flexible packaging sector in North America.
The company also operates two Goss M-60016-page web presses. Tortes said having two 16-page presses and two 32-page presses with compatible web widths will provide exceptional versatility and efficiency.
New from Bunting Magnetics are the Modular Cerface conversion systems, die cutting retrofits for narrow web presses. They give narrow web printers a quick and inexpensive way to expand into new markets by producing runs of folding cartons and flexible packaging, as well as custom die cut labels, business forms, envelopes and direct mail pieces.
Over these 15 years we have become the leading worldwide manufacturer of UV curing equipment for high speed web presses because of our strong reputation for manufacturing reliable, high-intensity UV systems."
About 70% of web presses currently sold in the U.S.
EMT currently manufactures finishing equipment that would go on the back of digital web presses in its 70,000 square foot facility.
In fact, a pair of 96-page Lithoman web presses has recently taken up operation, and another was delivered in early January, the company said.
PPSI also offers the Dice GT retrofit system for fiexo and web presses, which is available from 6" up to 20" in width.
AT THE 86TH KOENIG & BAUER ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IN GERMANY, president/CEO Helge Hansen reported that large web presses, including those used for printing newspapers, are a major cause of concern, with global demand well below the level it was at before the global economic crisis.