sheet-fed press

sheet-fed press

[′shēd ¦fed ′pres]
(graphic arts)
A printing press that accepts paper in the form of sheets.
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Friesen reels off other capital purchases made in the last few years: a Hantscho Mark 4 double-web press, new bindery equipment, two pieces of computerized film stripping equipment, a five-color sheet-fed press. Add building expansion to that and you have total expenditures of between $10 and $15 million.
For example, some jobs simply take more time if part of the job, such as the cover, must be run on a traditional web or sheet-fed press.
The ws4000 series press compliments our Indigo sheet-Fed press and expands our capabilities to teach a workflow representing present and future opportunities for the graphic communication industry.
After selling its web-offset division to Goss and its NexPress digital print technology to Kodak several years ago, the struggling sheet-fed press manufacturer is back in the digital print game.
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Next, consider whether this is a web or sheet-fed press job.