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Presstek ’s DI presses are sheetfed offset
presses that combine all imaging and
printing processes in one automated
and integrated system, combining the
speed and efficiency of digital printing
while delivering the versatility of offset
printing. Presstek claims the 75DI is
designed to maximise profitability on
run lengths from 500 to 20,000 sheets.
Compared to similarly sized inkjet
presses the Presstek 75Di’s multi-tower
configurations and offset printing
accommodate a wider range of ink,
varnish, and stocks.
The Presstek 75DI features on-press,
chemistry free, digital plate imaging.
All plates are simultaneously imaged in
register, cleaned and prepared for
printing with no operator intervention,
in six minutes.
It prints waterless, with less dot gain
and a broader colour gamut at 300lpi
on any stocks, including onion skin, up
to 0.6mm as standard, with a 0.8mm
option available. It also offers aqueous
and UV coating options.
The distributor for Presstek in
Australia, Onyx Solutions, provides a
support network of field engineers,
customer care representatives,
technical support engineers and
on-board monitoring of digital offset
Remote diagnostics and predictable
maintenance are available for DI
presses with Presstek Guardian
Ser vice. Through secure internet
communication with a DI press,
Presstek and Onyx monitor operating
conditions and performance, log events
and upload software upgrades to
enhance press performa nce.
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SPECS AT A GLANCE:
Max sheet size: 788mm × 600mm
Min sheet size: 279mm × 200mm
Max print format: 760mm × 580mm
Imaging system: Laser multi diode, single
lens/one per tower
Image resolution: 2,540 dots/inch
Imaging time: All plates imaged
simultaneously in two minutes
Screen ruling: Up to 200lpi for FM
Run length: up to 20,000
Max print speed: 16,000sph
Inking process: Waterless offset
The Ryobi 750G B2 press, distributed
here by Cyber Australia, is available in
configurations from two to ten colours
with long perfecting, and combines
print speeds up to 16,000 sheets per
hour with high quality printing using
Ryobi’s proven engineering technology
in the half size format.
Ryobi’s proprietar y Smart Make-
Ready function is designed to reduce
makeready waste and time. This
function automatically performs
blanket cleaning, plate changing,
preset inking and test printing.
The Smart-RPC plate changer
changes plates fully automatically and
simultaneously by synchronising the
phase of plate cylinders. Plate changing
for an eight-colour convertible
perfecting press has been shortened to
approximately two minutes from about
five minutes with the system.
The new Ryobi 750 features Ryobi’s
program inking function for a quicker
start-up to reduce downtime, with a
density control system.
It also features a convertible
perfecting device, UV coating and
printing for high value-added printing.
The LED-UV dry-to-dry printing
system is ozone free, improves
turnaround time and eliminates work-
A casting and foiling printing system
for anti-counterfeiting printing is
available to diversify print offerings and
to add value to commercial jobs.
The Ryobi 750G series presses are
CIP4 a nd JDF complia nt , a nd Ryobi
claims up to 100 print jobs are possible
in a 24-hour shift.
When equipped with conventional
UV or LED-UV, high value added
printing such as printing on synthetic
substrates, foiled cardboard, chemical
embossed printing and matte masking
process printing can be achieved.
With LED-UV printing, the space
and time allocated to work-in-progress
can be eliminated. Spray powder can
also be eliminated, providing a dust
free environment. Printing defects
such as set-off and scuffing can be
Cyber Australia has 20 factor y
trained service contractors spread
across all states for back-up service. The
company works closely with several
experienced fina nce brokers across a ll
states, so finance can be secured.
SPECS AT A GLANCE:
Max printing speed: 16,000sph
Max sheet size: 788 x 600mm
Min sheet size: 279 x 200mm
Max image area: 765 x 545mm
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