Print quality is our number one priority throughout the whole printing process. To do this, we always use the best materials and state-of-the-art printing machines.
To meet the high demands for quality and efficiency, we use a combination of sheet-fed and web offset printing as well as digital printing.
I am one of several offset printing presses and I am 2.28 m high, 4.00 m wide and 15.49 m long. I print a weights in sizes up to 730 x 1050 mm.
I can manage 18,000 sheets per hour and have a turning station, with which I can print on both sides.
I coat inline with the aid of my coating tower, and I therefore prepare all orders optimally for further processing. In addition, I have a pneumatic pull lay, which guides the paper exactly from the pile to the printing group. My printing groups are operated separately, which increases my workflow and reduces my setup time.
I am a Heidelberger Speedmaster XL 162 8 P
I am one of several offset printing presses and I am 4.05 m high, 6.20 m wide and 31.50 m long. I can be used flexibly and I am characterised by a great variety of print substrates. I manage 15,000 sheets an hour. I am easy to configure and I adjust quickly to the most varied orders. My fully automatic turning drums ensure consistantly high printing quality thanks to extremely ink-repellent surfaces and high productivity due to the subsequent quick wash up times.
My infrared, hot air and circulating air modules ensure an optimum sheet run and lead to excellent drying results. My extension arm can take over settings and therefore reduce the setup time in the case of different orders. The dynamic sheet brake ensures highly precise pile formation despite high sheet speed and lays the foundation for immediate further processing.
I am a collating machine and 1.50 m high, 1.50 m wide and up to 9.50 m long. I am made up of 12 or 16 suction stations with deep pile delivery extension arms and I am responsible for brochure production and the assembling of individual sheets.
I let these run over a conveyer track. My suction arms ensure that all the sheets are placed one on top of the other. From here, the piles can then be processed further. Depending on the product, they continue to the respective machine for stapling, folding or cutting. My two stapling heads take care of stapling. They make up, bend and staple the round wire. I fold the products with a blade and give them a perfect finish at the end with the front cut, according to the guillotine principle. In spite of all these functions, I am easy for all workers to operate thanks to my programmed control system.
I am a Heidelberger Stitchmaster ST450
I am a saddle stitcher and I am 6.40 m wide and 12.65 m long. I manage 14,000 strokes an hour and process formats up to 320 mm x 480 mm.
With my safety clinchers, I am very flexible and work with both a vertical and a horizontal feeder. I stitch the products while on the move with high-quality materials and achieve a particularly high productivity and durable quality in doing so.
My trimmer works with stationary conveyor belts. I therefore guarantee both high cutting precision and high product quality. With my compensating stackers, I stack exactly even in the case of small/special formats and package them myself in cases with my case packing unit CPH 300. I can fill up to 300 units per hour.
I am a Magnus 800 made by Kodak
I am a fully automatic CTP device and 1.10 m high, 2.31 m long and 1.66 m wide. I use infrared-sensitive thermal plates with aluminium supports. I can make up to 40 plates an hour and manage a resolution of up to 2,540/1,270 dpi. I am fully automatic and therefore ensure a rapid sheet production and a very high workflow.
Thanks to my fully automatic loading functions for cassettes with up to 600 plates, I can work for long periods without supervision at the pre-press stage.
In addition, I am compatible with many other types of operation and can be lined up perfectly in a longer chain of very different machines. Because of this, I boost efficiency in the production process.
I am a rapid cutting machine and responsible for the subdividing of combination run printing sheets. In this way, I am the last step on the way to the finished product. I create flyers, posters and many other print products. In order to be able to cut exactly, I also have a pile lift and a shaker.
With the pile lift, I bring the print sheets up to operator level. Then I shake the print sheets using a two-sided oblique position and a vibrating table, so that the sheets are exactly on top of each other. With my cross piece I then go over the pile and squeeze the air out from between the individual sheets. Now I can cut. With my special hard metal knife I can cut not only paper and cardboard, I also have no problems with other materials such as rubber and textiles.
I am a fully automatic folding machine and one of many. I manage 220 m per minute and sheet sizes of up to 520 x 850 mm.
My intelligent machine control enables folding in production units with up to 9 pockets. In order to do so, I command the positioning elements at flat pile feeders, fold plate stops, deflectors, fold rollers, alignment rails and delivery rollers fully automatically.
As well as the 20 types of folding I have permanently stored, I can memorize up to 200 other orders. My system is self-explanatory thanks to my simple touchscreen operation. I can take over data from other networks via my interface.
I am a varnishing system for full-surface varnishing of all types of varnishes and one of many. I manage 11,000 sheets an hour and varnish formats up to 740 x 1040 mm.
My heated sheet cleaning calender rollers, my large cylinder diameter and my long extended flow-out section ensure the highest degree of gloss and perfect matt varnishes. I manage this with even low UV-coating quantities of 2 grams per square metre.
Thanks to my coating module, I can change my varnish quantity accurately within only a few seconds. I coat even thin sheets from 80 grams per square metre reliably. I owe this to my unique air knife.
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