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Sakurai OL472ED

Sakurai's first footsteps into the four-colour B2 market came in 1989 in the shape of its OL472ED press. At the time of its introduction, it was one of the very first B2 presses to have double diameter impression and transfer cylinders in the seven o'clock configuration. Sakurai UK operations director Mark Jennings says: "This layout has subsequently been adopted by all manufacturers. This meant that when we first launched the machine, it had a considerable advantage."

Ryobi 754WD

When Nigel Hunt at Dorset-based Blackmore was choosing a new B2 press, the size of its carbon footprint and of its plates were equally important

MAN Roland 700 DirectDrive

MAN Rolands latest contender in the short-run market was given the kind of launch usually reserved for a Formula One car a darkened room with strobe lights and the machine hidden under covers. Once the wraps came off, the 700 DirectDrive press was revealed and MAN Roland started to shout about it.

Komori Lithrone 526

Since its establishment 84 years ago, Komori has been producing offset printing products. Its original flagship presses were the 40in and 29in Lithrone S Series, and the Sprint Series sheetfed offset machines. The more recent additions to its offset press line include the System 38 Series. It has also made currency-printing presses and, for many years, exclusively supplied Japans National Printing Bureau.

Hamada B452A-I

Pneumatic control and a heavy-duty build extend the life of the Hamada, making it ideal for a secondhand B3 press purchase, reports Lisa Berwin

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