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.
The exhibit includes an 1870s hand press, various platen presses, cylinder press and handset type, in addition to a wealth of related equipment such as folders, bindery equipment and perforating machine.
More than 500 customers from around the world flew to the headquarters of press-manufacturer Comexi for a live demonstration of the innovative technology that involves the inks being wet-trapped through a common impression (CI) cylinder press and cured instantly by an in-line electron beam at the end of the press.
I use a Miehle flatbed two-revolution cylinder press (circa 1898) to produce 1,000 to 5,000 copies] of a six eight-page monthly newspaper.
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