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Me & my: RMGT 1050

The first time he saw the RMGT 10-series press, it was thrumming away in front of thousands of visitors at Drupa 2016. But by this time Brian Sidebottom was no mere spectator.

Me & my: Kodak NexPress SX3300

Sometimes the relationship between the sales and production sides of a business can be fraught due to conflicting priorities and many a mutual misunderstanding about exactly what the other does, how and why.

Me & my: Komori Lithrone S429 H-UV

Climbing to the very top rung of a company’s management structure can be difficult for somebody who isn’t an expert in how all aspects of a business should be run. But fortunately for Harrogate-based commercial printer Platinum Print, when founder David Wyvill stepped down as boss in January, production director Mark Plummer was perfectly primed to step up to the plate and take on the role of managing director.

Me & my: Roland DG LEC-540

The ability to produce colour-accurate packaging mock-ups and proofs is essential for this business - and Roland has delivered.

Me & My... Heidelberg XL 105-8-P

    Review
  • Thursday, September 8, 2011
Pensord Press invested in one of these machines in order to boost productivity and it has not been disappointed - the new XL has exceeded expectations and proved a hit with the staff

Komori Lithrone S529H

Dorset-based printer Remous has bought its first Komori press and director Alan Bunter tells Noli Dinkovski the switch has cut makeready times and increased the quality of the firm's print

Tried & tested: HP Indigo 3500

    Review
  • Wednesday, September 15, 2010
It's rare for secondhand digital presses to come up for private sale, but an HP Indigo 3500 is being offered by High Wycombe firm Your Print Solution in our For Sale & Wanted section with an asking price of 90,000 for a 2008 five-colour model.

Ricoh C720

    Review
  • Wednesday, September 8, 2010
It may cost a bit more than its light production rivals, but in the performance and reliability stakes, it's hard to beat, finds Barney Cox

Kodak Versamark VL series

    Review
  • Wednesday, November 11, 2009
To compete with its drop-on-demand inkjet rivals, Kodak used its expertise to launch the VL range, says Barney Cox

Stephenson Blake' proofing press

She's not even sure who built it, but Karen Charlesworth is chuffed with its fabulous rolling power, and the fact that it's heavier than her car

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."

Diamond V3000

    Review
  • Monday, September 24, 2007
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has revealed its first sheetfed press in seven years in the form of the Diamond V3000, which features more than 80 makeready and production improvements.

Me & my: HP Scitex 11000 flatbed

Over its 22 years in business, visual communications and printing company NEC Graph-fix has been fleet of foot in reacting to developments in the market for large-format print.

Me & my: Komori Lithrone G29 H-UV

    Review
  • Monday, September 11, 2017
When it arrived on Valentine’s Day it could almost have been love at first sight. Like all love interests, however, Swallowmax’s new Komori Lithrone G29 H-UV came with expectations and pressures, moments of torrid drama and the occasional foible to try even the most attentive of press minders.

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