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web press

n.
A rotary press that prints on a continuous roll of paper.

web′ press`


n.
a printing press into which paper is fed automatically from a large roll. Compare web (def. 13).
[1870–75, Amer.]
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Communisis is installing two HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press lines, strengthening its transactional marketing capabilities, and says it is the first company in the UK to install T400 technology.
The people with knowledge of the situation told the news agency that US private equity firm Platinum Equity has also made a bid for Manrolanda[euro](tm)s sheet-fed unit in Offenbach and the web press business.
"The digital printing industry is growing rapidly and there is great potential for the adoption of Inkjet Web Press technology in MEMA.
HP unveils a high-speed digital color press consisting of 30-inch-wide HP Inkjet Web Press targeting high-volume production operations.
In 1973, DP and L opened its new manufacturing facility in the Little Rock River Port and added another web press. The plant has been expanded twice to a size of 126,000 square feet with a today a total of five presses and a host of bindery and mailing equipment.
The company should be printing items for direct mail and have at least one web press (didde's are fine).
Toombs brings 20 years of expertise in the printing industry into his new role and will continue to optimize operational excellence via Clopay's high-speed, wide web press capability.
InfoExpo Focus: Full-service publication printer of multi-color publications; heat-set Web press capability
Print services company Cenveo Inc (NYSE:CVO) reported on Wednesday that it has installed the new HP 7200W Digital Web press in the Hurlock, MD Digital Print and Fulfillment facility.
Shark was designed for use on a rewinder or narrow web press and features a defect management software package that was designed to speed up the defect management process by making it easier to evaluate defects the system has identified and to more quickly and efficiently take appropriate action.