Offset printers

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Using a wide variety of lead-free, pigmented inks, Matthews offset printers provide high-quality printing with superior color contrast and adhesion on plastic, rubber, glass, wood, metals, and much more....

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VALTORTA ST /e- the printing machine suitable for the reproduction of wood, marble or decorative designs on MDF panels, hardboard panels, veneer, PVC, or on plastic materials. The application process is based on the offset indirect printing; the steel photoengraved roller transfers the pattern onto the rubber coated application roller, which prints it on the workpiece. The printing can...

VALTORTA EASY PRINT- the printing machine suitable for the reproduction of wood, marble or decorative designs on MDF panels, hardboard panels, veneer, PVC, or on plastic materials. The application process is based on the offset indirect printing; the steel photoengraved roller transfers the pattern onto the rubber coated application roller, which prints it on the workpiece. The printing...

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Offset printers are a simple way of printing a continuous, repeating message on moving products like pipe and tube, metal bar, and extruded plastic shapes....

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Inside rotary offset printer for caps up to 2 colours.

fine register for the axial and peripheral adjustment...

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The Minioffset 392 is designed to print on pipes and on products with rough and irregular surfaces, such as straps. Easy assembling and maintenance, low cost per impression, low ink consumption,...

Minioffset 395 is an offset printer designed to print in-line grid on extruded polystyrene boards during the extruding process.
Indeed, with the rubber offset roller, it is possible to print on surfaces that are not perfectly flat and to compensate for the eventual irregularities of the material. This roller...

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MEGTEC offers printers and publishers a comprehensive choice of zero-speed splicers to meet individual functional requirements. Zero-speed splicers...

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Creative minds face a real challenge when it comes to using the vast offering of non-absorbing materials (e.g. plastics such as PVC, PC, PS, ABS and PET) available for the jobbing, packaging and label printing sectors. There is a growing demand...

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Automatic machine mod. HERGO, with a high production capacity for the decoration in up to 9 colours on tapered plastic cups.

With a 8 mandrels round configuration, the machine has absolutely innovative...

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How to choose this product

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An offset printer uses an engraved, flexible aluminum plate wrapped around a cylinder. Non-printing areas are moistened by water rollers, while the dry zones are inked. The ink is carried to the surface to be printed by a rubber blanket roller.

Offset rotary presses are widely used to print newspapers. Industrial uses include the printing of packaging, cardboard boxes and paper bags. Many machines are multifunction. Flexography is used to print corrugated cardboard and polyethylene. UV drying allows the integrated varnishing of magazine covers and printing on plastic film, metalized paper or other non-porous surfaces.

Presses use one or several stages printing in four colors, six for the addition of a pantone color and a varnish. Two-sided printing is also possible. There are both web- and sheet-fed presses.

Waterless techniques eliminate the moistening rollers by covering the non-print zones with silicone. Rapid UV drying requires the use of inks polymerized by ultraviolet light. Flexography uses a flexible relief plate. Its preparation requires sophisticated material: printing frames, engravers and dryers.

Choice will depend on range of printing formats, material to be printed, number of colors or varnishes and printing speed.

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