sheet-fed

sheet-fed

adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing involving or printing on separate sheets of paper. Compare reel-fed
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Gietz sheet-fed and web-fed hot foil stamping machines have been sold into North America since the end of the 1970s.
The company operates two sheet-fed folding carton converting facilities located in Hamel, Minnesota and Newton, Iowa.
Prime Data is the first private Canadian company to install the new elan 500, which combines major advances in inkjet and paper-handling technologies in a robust production class sheet-fed system offering full CMYK color and 1600 dpi print quality at speeds of up to 500 letter impressions per minute.
Not only the label converters, but also the sheet-fed offset printers and packaging printers showed an immense interest in the FB3300S.
The centrepiece is the sheet-fed printing press "HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press" on which sheets up to a maximum size of 75 x 53 cm have been printed since May 2014.
Both companies have been producing and selling sheet-fed offset printing presses* and facing the stiffer market situation with the shrinking demand especially in developed countries due to the recent global economic crisis.
This compact sheet-fed portable scanner weighs only 3.08 pounds and measures 11.18 by 3.9 by 3.03 inches.
Machine type: Single-station & twin former, sheet-fed
Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 instant PDF sheet-fed scanner
Spartanics of Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA, has introduced its Finecut Combination Web and Sheet-fed Laser Die Cutting Machine.
Thames and Hudson's first large-format title with sheet-fed photogravure plates documenting specific building types in England was English Cathedrals by the Swiss photographer Martin Hurlimann (1950), still in print today in a compact, paperback edition.