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Plate Mounting Systems
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published September 9, 2014
High-quality plate mounting systems ensure accuracy from the very beginning of the workflow. Read More »
By Sales, Sales
Published March 25, 2008
Novum wins award from Tools & Production Novum Graphics, the Swiss company set up by Larissa Eitner in 2004, has been named “Fastest Growing Dealer” by Tools & Production (T&P), the US manufacturer of rotary punch units, sli… Read More »
Published January 29, 2008
Novum Graphics has been named the Fastest Growing Dealer by a US manufacturer of rotary tooling. Read More »
Published April 7, 2006
Nilpeter USA to hold open house in Ohio Nilpeter USA, based in Cincinnati, OH, USA, will open its doors to the industry in May to introduce the new FB3300A in-line flexographic press to the North and South American converting markets. In addition t… Read More »
Plate Mounters
Published October 18, 2005
In search of the perfectly mounted printing plate, converters can choose from a variety of methods, all of which aim for accuracy and time saving. Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
JM HEAFORD, Cheshire, England — Gary Zima has been appointed installation and service engineer. His territory covers Canada, the United States, Central America and the Caribbean. He will be based in Midland, NC.… Read More »
FINAT looks toward the future
Published July 17, 2013
Predictions and positivity took center stage in Munich. Read More »
Published October 14, 2008
Three pre-engineered mounts from Webex simplify and speed dead shaft idler roll mount installation. The Quickie Mount tolerates some degree of misalignment, such as mounting to an unmachined surface. These mounts are often employed in place of pillow… Read More »
Plate Mounters & Tapes
Published July 8, 2005
In the printing field, the slightest error in the mounting of a plate will destroy an otherwise perfect job. Read More »
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