Perfecting press

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(Print.) a press in which the printing on both sides of the paper is completed in one passage through the machine.

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0 million in new press, finishing and folding equipment including a 10-unit, perfecting press with coater that will support Color Optics, and also provide additional capacity and capabilities for our high quality, multi-color book customers.
Benson Gateshead, part of the Benson Group, has bought an eight-colour Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106 B1 format perfecting press.
The three models to be introduced are: 1) the "DIAMOND V3000LX," designed for optimal printing on various stock across a wide thickness range; 2) the "DIAMOND V3000R," a convertible perfector press for both single-side and double-side printing; and 3) the "DIAMOND V3000TP," a dedicated one-pass perfecting press that applies MHI's proprietary technologies for fully printing on one side and then the other without tumbling the sheet.
The Heidelberg SpeedMaster 10-colour perfecting press has now been installed, enabling double-sided printing in a single pass with highest print quality.
Magna IV also last year invested nearly $3 million in a high-tech eight-color perfecting press that cranks out 11,000-13,000 color sheets per hour.
To attract new business Y Lolfa has made a pounds 500,000 investment in its operations with the purchase of a state-of-the-art Komori perfecting press, collating equipment and a 240 square metre warehouse extension.
If the job is printing on a four-color perfecting press, which can print both sides of the sheet at the same time, there would be no additional cost to print three-over-one.
Magna IV's new eight-color perfecting press runs at 11,000-13,000 sheets per hour and prints color on both sides of a sheet on the same pass.
The Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor is currently being rolled out as a straight-printing press, while the perfecting press is planned for fall 2014.
The Man Roland 306 six-color, 29-inch perfecting press was purchased from Man Roland Inc.