MAN Roland Demonstrates New Generation Press, KAMA Diecutter at Gutenberg
Press release from the issuing company
May 9, 2001 MAN Roland is demonstrating its Roland 200 by running four-color catalog sheets daily in booth 855 at May 17-19th Gutenberg Festival, Long Beach, California. Shown in a four-color configuration, the 13,000 sph sheetfed press in 20 x 29-inch format offers users economical production, high print quality, a compact footprint, and simplified operation.
The Roland press will print two 4/0 forms during the exposition: One called "The MAN Roland" will be diecut on the KAMA TS 74 diecutting, and the second form will feature catalog sheets which are typically printed on the R200 press.
The automatic KAMA TS 74 and its bigger brother, TS 102, offer a compact, space saving footprint and a diecutting solution that is economical enough to replace many older presses. The German-made products represent extensive experience in the construction of machines for general commercial diecutting and for making folding boxes and packaging from paper and cardboard.
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