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Sakurai Oliver 96 series

If sheetfed printers have a hard time stepping up from B3 into the commercially competitive world of B2, at least the cost of the press is in their favour. But moving up into B1 remains a prohibitive step for some B2 houses: the cut-throat market, hungry...

I swear by my... Printmaster PM 52-5

I like the philosophy behind Heidelbergs Printmaster PM 52. It lets us determine how much atomicity is used and helps us to uncover exactly what will make a difference to us and our customers.

PPG boosts its eco credentials with purchase of KBA Rapida

B1 printer Polar Print Group (PPG) has invested 3m on two new KBA Rapida 105 presses which the firm be-lieves will be the worlds first carbon-neutral machines.

Star product: MAN Roland 700 HiPrint

MAN Roland has souped up its 700 sheetfed offset press with the launch of HiPrint, a revamped model boasting the flexibility to be adapted to suit a wide range of applications.

Komori and Goss land US kit installations

Two major installations of Komori and Goss presses are set to go live in the US.

Russian firm plumps for 'unusual' 11-unit KBA Rapida

Russian printer Obraztsovaya Tipografia has bought its first KBA press to join one half-format and four medium-format Heidelberg machines.

Sakurai throws down the A1 gauntlet with Northprint kit launch

Sakurai plans to bring A1-format printing to Europe with its Oliver-496 SD offset press.

MAN Roland 200

The Roland 200 came to the market at the beginning of the 1990s. Replacing the Roland Favorit, the 200 was faster and boasted far superior levels of automation, as well as a new highly developed feeder.

Romanian print firm ploughs 10.2m into kit

Infopress, Romania's biggest printing house, has invested in two new presses and a platesetter for 10.2m (15m).

Mitsubishi 3 series

According to Mitsubishi Lithographic Presses UK managing director Thomas Doliwa, when the B1 Mitsubishi 3 series was first launched, comparing it to other machines at the time was like comparing "a Toyota to a Vauxhall". The most popular press manufacturer in Japan did not install its first press - the 3E sheetfed machine - in the UK until 1987.

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