cylinder press


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cylinder press

[′sil·ən·dər ‚press]
(graphic arts)
A large printing press in which paper is rolled against a flat, reciprocating printing surface by a rotating cylinder.
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CICL series central-impression cylinder press on a four-color frame can handle materials 10 to 30 in.
His ``pride and joy'' is the cylinder press, which Gordon uses to print booklets for this area's branch of the Southern California West chapter of the National Amateur Press Association.
The Whitchurch company was the first in the UK to take delivery of a Speedmaster XL 105 in 2005 and is now going for the larger impression cylinder press in B2 format to replace a Speedmaster SM 74-5.