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.
Henry Barth of the Cincinnati Type Foundry designed and manufactured the cylinder press known as the Army Press beginning in 1862 for use by the armed forces during the Civil War (figs.
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.
Southward's dismissal of these presses in 1900, while a little premature, was an indication of how much progress had been made in the quality of printing available from their faster rivals, cylinder presses, by the end of the nineteenth century.
The Ross DM2 Series D size 2 double valve is suitable for the following applications: small gap frame presses; small die cut presses, cylinder presses, small shears and any small control-reliable pneumatic application.
He has taught letterpress printing on both platen and cylinder presses, been a student at Linotype University in Denmark and Monotype University in the USA, and studied the history of books and printing; he works in museums, operates a private press from his home, and teaches occasional workshops at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts in Minneapolis.
Moreover, a pneumatic cylinder presses the upper pairs of wheels against the inside of the pipe, providing a secure position for the robot.
Once the mold is full, a pneumatic or hydraulic cylinder presses into it from the side to push a portion of the green sand - "a plug" - into the up-sprue of the feeding system to hold the metal within the mold cavity once the furnace and its pressure is disengaged after filling.
Between 1963 and 1971, he was employed in technical sales for General Research/General Formulations, where his key accomplishment was coordinating the setup to manufacture cylinder presses in Japan--which later became know as Sakauri presses.
Ideal for high-speed cylinder presses and in-line processors, the new MasterPrint inks provide faster release from the screen, an increased production yield and better ink mileage from every gallon without sacrificing color, quality or durability, according to the company.