flying paster


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flying paster

[¦flī·iŋ ′pās·tər]
(graphic arts)
In web printing, an automatic device that splices a new web of paper onto the roll that is being used up without interrupting the printing process.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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An electronic device operated a 'flying paster', enabling a new reel to take over from a spent one without slowing the process.
Half-sister to a Listed-placed winner by Broadway Forli, and to minor winners by Flying Paster, Northern Baby and Carr de Naskra.
Among those at low fees, smart two-year-old Silver Wizard (Silver Hawk-Cherie's Hope, by Flying Paster) has done well with four winners from 15 foals.
To stud at 4 and dam of: Catnip (1991 f by Flying Paster; minor stakes winner; dam of Listed winner Elaflaak), Forty Nine Hearts (1992 f by Forty Niner; useful stakes-placed winner), Editor's Note (1993 c by Forty Niner; Classic winner), Catfriend (1994 c by Capote; Listed winner in France and Germany), Cat N' Seattle (1996 f by Seattle Slew; unraced), Cattitude (1997 f by Storm Cat; unplaced), Parents' Reward (1998 c by Mr Prospector; unplaced), Hold That Tiger (2000 c by Storm Cat; Gr3 winner).
Big Jag was the fifth of them; the only other to achieve even modest distinction was the first, a Flying Paster filly called Westfold Vale who won a minor stakes event as a five-year-old.
As part of its complete systems approach, Heidelberg also will supply its new, shorter-length Contiweb FD flying paster, and former and folder optimized for straight runs of newspapers and related products.
In addition, the Republic is adding a flying paster, from Jardis Industries, that will eliminate the present need to stop the press to change rolls twice during runs.
For example, a new flying paster by Martin Automatic Inc.
With subsequent process modifications and equipment upgrades, though, including installation of a flying paster roller, the paper now attains a 99.2% splicing rate.
Tensor shaftless infeeds control the webs fed from the 12 automatic flying pasters situated at right angles to the press line, with turnbars located under the towers.
Megtec Systems, De Pere, Wisc., has introduced the MP Paster, a modular generation of high-performance, core-driven flying pasters. The new models feature a compact, low-height design meant for the limited space requirements often found at newspapers.
In one of Jardis Industries' first doublewide paster jobs, the overhauled press also was equipped with four flying pasters in two two-high sets at right angles to the press,replacing in-line rollstands.