rotary press

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a printing press for printing from a revolving cylinder

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While these performance numbers are impressive, the most important fact about USA Today's 15-year life is this: The newspaper clearly stands out as the most significant innovation in the newspaper business since the invention of the rotary press in the 19th century.
Magazine publishing benefited in the late 19th and in the 20th centuries from a number of technical improvements, including the production of inexpensive paper, the invention of the rotary press and the halftone block, and the use of advertisements as a means of financial support.
The book contains an excellent account of the transition from the artisanal craft of printing to the publishers of the 19th and early 20th centuries: the increase in print runs, the changing formats of books, the effect of the rotary press, the appearance of commercially oriented publishers like Gervais Charpentier, Michel Levy and Artheme Fayard.
Printing: I talked to a major newspaper publisher from Niger and asked him why he wasn't interested in a rotary press. We found out why.
Fette Compacting America introduced the FE75 Tablet Press, a double-sided rotary press that can be equipped with up to 115 punch stations to produce more than 1.6 million tablets per hour.
Based in Plano, IL, USA, G-Force specializes in custom labels and was looking or a digital label press to complement its current Mark Andy 2200 rotary press and two Allied Gear presses.
The paper was originally produced on a flatbed printing press, but a Marinoni rotary press was later installed to cope with rising demand, especially for the sports edition on a Saturday.
The radomes are pressure formed from UV-stabilized ABS sheet on a rotary press at cycles of roughly 3 min, depending on the size.
Patrick Riley (right), senior partner of Blythe Liggins Solicitors with (left to right) Rotary Club of Kenilworth president Maurice Holden, solicitor Richard Moon and Rotary press officer Bob Kelly
Into the new building went a Marinoni rotary press ( the first in the area ( counting and clickety-clacking out 20,000 copies an hour.
Late breaking news, highlighted on page 6, includes details on the Auma rotary press from Berstorff, a compression molding press from Wabash MPI, a pneumatic bale cutter from Rubber City Machinery, and more.
The packs are first printed on a web fed rotary press, then transferred to the Rofo which consists of an unwind, rewind and two accumulator systems one each side of the platen press.
The rotary press, invented well before the Linotype, enables faster hotmetal printing (as in inking pages, not setting type) but requires an extra step - the duplication process known as stereotyping.
The rotary press, i.e., the welding wheel (tooling) and the tulip shape sonic head are both rotating on the same parallel and horizontal axis.
Fette Compacting America, a supplier of tablet press equipment for pharmaceutical and nutritional applications, now offers the FE75 Tablet Press, a double-sided rotary press that can be equipped with up to 115 punch stations to produce more than 1.6 million tablets per hour, according to the company.