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    Wink Heidelberg 18k perfector!


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    nice.... like the delivery rake
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    If I win the lottery!

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    Highly sophisticated machine, which is really only useful to big corporations. Not small businesses. These are very expensive, but I appreciate the video.

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    Gentlemen,

    mmmmmmmmmm a bit slow - I did make-readys at faster speeds !!!!!!!!!!!!



    Regards, Alois

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alois Senefelder View Post
    Gentlemen,

    mmmmmmmmmm a bit slow - I did make-readys at faster speeds !!!!!!!!!!!!


    Regards, Alois
    As have I. What webs have you been on? I'd be interested to swop notes on old Heidelberg webs with you.

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    Default Deus ex Machina

    Hello Maestro of All

    The Winter of 1965/66 - I turned my back on sheet - fed litho and entered into the --

    "Wonders of Web Offset Printing" some presses I have had the pleasure of !!

    Goss Suburban, Harris - Marinoni M1000, M850, M845, M200, Halley-Aller, Baker Perkins G16

    Komori System 38, Komori System 20, Goss Universal, L & M Pacer, Polygraph Ultraset,

    and M.A.N Newspaper Presses

    Regards, Alois

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    Ah the good old Aller Continuous Undulating inking Mechanism. I loved working on my Baker Perkins. It has a very interesting history for those who are so inclined.

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    I always have to bite my lip when I hear sheetfed printers refer to 'fast' or 'high speed', they know not of what they speak.
    Daniel T Roll
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    Aint it the truth, Bill Caxton took a whole year to makeready and print his first book, No auto type chase loaders or auto leather inking pad washers, had to crank out each sheet by hand, The kids today dont know what printing really is LOL


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