In 1953 the paper hit 100,000 daily sales for the first time, and a new rotary press
In a minute or two, a hardened heavy lead plate is extracted and locked into position on the rotary press
. It's still letterpress, but it's not flatbed letterpress like that used by Luttrell and a few others.
While the FE35 single-sided rotary press
is optimized for quick changeovers and the FE55 offers maximum flexibility in diverse production scenarios, the FE75 has been specifically tailored to high-volume output for large batch production.
Celebrating the Blythe Liggins' sponsorship of the Two Castles Run are (top left clockwise): Rotary Club of Kenilworth president Philip Highley; Richard Thornton, a partner at Blythe Liggins Solicitors; Rotary press
officer Bob Kelly; Rotarian Phillip Southwell, co-chairman of the Run organising committee; and Blythe Liggins partner Richard Moon.
The Auma rotary press
is characterized by its continuous production, giving constant output quality, according to the company.
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He found it an 8,000-circulation daily with a 36-page rotary press
, unionized backroom and printing six area weeklies and a shopper.
Jim Hutchison, president of Infinity Foils, Lenexa, KS, USA, a hot stamping foil supplier, says that the most recognized and traditional rotary press
applications of decorative hot stamping foils include wine and spirits, and personal care, cosmetics and perfume labeling.
officer Bob Kelly said: "The numbers just keep increasing year on year.
I also worked with chief accountant Magda Mathe to establish reporting systems to run the new rotary press
Though a vertical-clamp rotary press
costs 35% more than a stationary one, takes up more space, and requires two bottom molds (adding 40% to tool costs), it needs only one $200,000-240,000 robot instead of two to load and unload and has over 30% shorter loading cycle, according to Rudi Loehl, marketing manager for Battenfeld of America.