Sheet fed offset press SX 52

Sheet fed offset press
Sheet fed offset press
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Type of printing
Sheet fed
Paper size
Number of colors
8-color, 5-color
Printing speed

15,000 p/h

Plate length

454 mm, 459 mm
(18 in, 18 in)

Plate width

525 mm
(21 in)


The Speedmaster SX 52 is one of a kind in A3 format. Both smaller and large commercial printers can benefit from the Speedmaster SX 52. Count on the individuality of the Speedmaster SX 52. Equipped with the latest technology, and tried and tested with over 40,000 units sold, the Speedmaster SX 52 provides an alternative way for print shops to compete with web-to-print and digital printing. Open up new markets: the Speedmaster SX 52 sets standards, whether with UV technology for high-quality finishings or as an eight-color or perfecting press. Both smaller and large print shops can benefit from the Speedmaster SX 52. It is designed for high productivity with printing speeds of up to 15,000 sheets per hour. Thanks to the Prinect Press Center 3 control station, it is easy to operate and can be integrated into the Prinect workflow. At a glance • 100% color fidelity in production, less paper waste, and easy reproducibility thanks to colorimetric control with Prinect Easy Control. • 100% transparency, even with complex job changes, thanks to the innovative,navigated operator guidance system Intellistart 3. • Navigated printing. Select and release for printing with just 2 clicks. • 0 minutes waiting time. Straight into postpress without any drying time thanks to UV technology. What customers say "In 2017, in a move designed to increase our flexibility and efficiency even further, we opted to invest in a five-color Speedmaster SX 52 press with coating unit. The press can be operated either with full-UV or LED UV inks, making us much more flexible when it comes to printing plastics.


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