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  • Title: PAGE (Printing & Graphic Equipment) » Digital & offset print finishing equipment
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. |.. About us.. Products.. |.. Case Studies.. Used Equipment.. Spare Parts.. Site Map.. Contact.. Printing And Graphic Equipment.. The Print Finishing Equipment Specialists.. Printing & Graphic Equipment has successfully serviced the Irish Printer Market since 1997.. The key to our success is our focus on customers and our knowledge of the technical requirements of the print industry, particularly as they apply to.. print finishing equipment.. This allows us to match our customers’ requirements to the leading print finishing brands available to the Irish market.. We are currently the national distributor for Morgana, CP Bourg and Hohner.. Browse by category.. Browse by brand.. Creasers.. Guillotines.. Booklet makers.. Perf and Numbering.. Folders.. Collators..  ...   Centrepoint Business Park, Oak Drive, Dublin 12.. TEL:.. 01-4097677 ||.. FAX:.. 01-4097680 ||.. EMAIL:.. info@page.. ie.. » About.. » Casestudies.. » Contact.. » Cpbourg.. » Default.. » Hohner.. » Links.. » Morgana.. » Products.. » Product_detail.. » Secondhand.. » Sitemap.. » Booklet makers.. BDF.. » Business Card Cutter.. CardXtra.. » Collators.. » Creasers.. Morgana Autocreaser 33.. » Folders.. Morgana Major Folder.. » Guillotines.. » Joggers.. » Laminators.. » Paper Drills.. Citoborma 111.. Citoborma 490.. » Perf and Numbering.. Morgana FSN Numbering machine.. » Perfect Binders.. BB2000.. » Punching and Binding.. » Shredders.. » Shrink Wrappers.. » Stitchers.. » Stitching Lines.. Universal 43-6-S.. » Thermal binding.. » UV Coater.. Last generated : 21/04/2009 04:01..

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  • Title: About PAGE (Printing & Graphic Equipment)
    Descriptive info: About.. Printing & Graphic Equipment Ltd.. During the past twelve years we have expanded from an initial cast of two, to an ever developing team of eight, concentrating on the sale and service of a full range of print finishing equipment.. Since our inception, Printing & Graphic Equipment have built up a unique portfolio of.. print finishing equipment.. for the conventional litho to the ever expanding digital print markets.. Our principal suppliers, Morgana and the Belgium based CP Bourg, are the preferred finishing partners for leading digital print providers Xerox, HP, Kodak and Ricoh.. Both have received numerous awards, Morgana for the manufacture of innovative finishing equipment for  ...   Nagle, for the supply of feeders and bookletmakers.. During the last twelve years we have seen many changes in the Irish print market, most notably the advancement and indeed the acceptance of digital print.. Digital print poses a range of print finishing challenges that are different to those in litho and we look forward to helping you meet the challenges of finishing digital print output and increasing the value of your services to your customer base.. We at Printing & Graphic Equipment look forward to working in an ever changing industry to provide expertise in sourcing equipment for various solutions and offering a complete and professional back up..

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  • Title: Case Studies (Printing & Graphic Equipment)
    Descriptive info: PAGE.. Paper Cutting Tips.. Carefully lay out each sheet before you start cutting.. Find the best cut pattern to give you the most pieces out of the sheet.. If the sheet will be folded, be sure grain of the paper is running in the same direction as the fold or you will get a rough edge on the fold.. If an accurate cut is necessary for close register work, you MUST have a sharp blade in the cutter.. A dull blade will pull or draw the paper and cause uneven cutting.. Increased clamp pressure will not eliminate draw caused by a dull knife.. The correct clamping pressure varies from paper to paper.. The general rule is that you should have enough pressure to hold the paper securely but not so much that it marks the surface of the paper excessively.. Excessive pressure causes pile distortion and inaccurate cuts.. Mark the gripper edge and the guide edge of printed paper and make sure the first cuts are with these guide edges against the backgauge.. Measure printed paper to check for shrinkage or expansion of the paper from humidity.. You may have to disregard the printed cut lines and make your own.. When cutting narrow strips (1" or less), place lifts of equal height on opposite sides of the table to prevent wear of the clamp guides.. Paper Drill Tips.. Important! To prevent the drill bit from overheating, always avoid drilling too slowly.. Bring the drilling machine head down (or the table up depending on the machine you have)as rapidly as possible allowing the drills to easily cut through the paper.. Also, adjust the vertical table guide to return the machine to the start position as rapidly as possible to avoid spinning the drills in the stock.. Slotted Holes - Instead of punching slotted holes for five and seven hole universal binding work, save time and cost by drilling a 1/2 inch diameter hole in place of the slot.. The slot is only intended to allow the post or ring to be used in either location, and the large hole permits this.. Plastic Bindings - Drilling holes for plastic bindings, instead of punching them, is practical and saves a great deal of time, particularly on long run jobs.. Keep Drills Sharp.. - A dull drill is the major cause of drill breakage and production tie-ups.. Usually after three hours of drilling, depending on the type of paper being processed, the drill should be sharpened.. A dull drill results in poor quality work.. Keep Drills Clean - A dirty and rusty drill will not permit the free upward passage of the drill chips.. Pressure built up by a clogged drill will split or break the drill.. To keep it free from dirt or rust, clean the drill of all chips after each use and apply a light oil to the inside and outside.. Drills should be cleaned out immediately after each use.. This is particularly true if a coated or varnished stock has been drilled.. On these jobs the coating on the chips frequently fuse the chips into one solid mass when the drill cools, causing breakage the next time the drill is used.. Lubricate Drills - Lubrication assists in the passage of the chips and helps avoid overheating of the drills.. Use readily available stick lubricants for this purpose.. Hold the end of the stick against the side of the rotating drill.. Be sure to touch the cutting edge with the lubricant also.. Wipe off excess oil before drilling.. CARE MUST ALWAYS BE TAKEN WHEN HANDLING DRILLS.. Keep Spindle Clean - Clean out the drill spindle frequently.. This will prevent any buildup in the spindle of the drill.. Set the Drills Correctly - Do not cut too deeply into the cutting block.. The drill should just touch the block and cleanly cut through the bottom sheet.. During drilling, do not set the drill deeper into the block but change the position of the block frequently.. Drilling deeper into the block dulls the drills quickly.. Use a piece of chipboard underneath your stock.. This will make handling the stock easier and will ensure that the last sheet is cut cleanly through.. Check for Drill Bit movement or wobble - If spindles are badly worn or bent through misadjustment, have them replaced immediately.. A wobbly or loosely held drill will break.. Check Your Drill Sharpener - The cutting edge of the sharpening bit should be inspected frequently to make certain  ...   can add to brittleness.. Moisture (tougher problem with digital).. Folded Sheets at various humidity.. (.. Images courtesy of Sappi Paper.. ).. 1)Examine 3 factors.. (fewer options here with digital jobs) - Test different papers - Test different inks and coatings - Evaluate Moisture.. 2)Examine creasing (scoring) solutions.. Is There a Difference?.. Often used interchangeably.. Scoring:.. any means of reducing paper stiffness along a line to aid in folding.. Creasing:.. delamination of sheet by combination of compression and bending around a bead.. Methods of Creasing.. Platen Die Cutter.. Uses steel rule pressing sheet into a channel (Technique also used in modern knife creasing units).. Cylinder or Rotary Die Cutter.. Paper passes between cylinders (web) or paper wraps around cylinder (sheetfed).. A Comparison for Digital Printers.. 4 Variables to address for successful creasing.. Variables should change with paper weight.. Platen (the “gold standard”) & cylinder.. Pros.. Will successfully crease almost any cover stock.. Can modify all 4 variables to suit stock.. Cons.. Separate, time consuming operation.. Requires investment in equipment and labor.. Not good for numerous short runs.. Die boards need to be made.. Lighter stocks (6 pt or less) can be problematic.. Variations on the Platen.. Electronic Knife Creasing Units.. Provides die quality crease.. Good for very short runs.. No limit to number of creases.. Can crease close together.. Slow production speeds.. Rule & channel width fixed.. ( = boxy scores on lighter stocks).. Can’t crease & perf simultaneously.. High initial investment.. Subject to wear & tear with reciprocating action.. Rotary Devices on Folding & Scoring Machines.. 1) Conventional steel vs.. steel methods.. Channel score works well if stock suited to rule/channel width.. Collar style easy to adjust female width.. Inexpensive.. Channel score works on limited range of paper, not flexible.. (minor changes in paper, moisture, etc = cracking).. Conventional collars rarely work, can’t get compression.. Collars difficult to center crease or to fine tune.. Easy to damage steel blades or female channel.. Tends to “tail off” at end of sheet.. Tends to split lead edge.. Better compression improvement over conventional method.. Inexpensive.. No female channel.. Limited blades available.. Limited adjustment.. Tends to cut sheet.. Tailing off a problem.. Ineffective on heavy stocks.. By means of a creasing and folding test we have compared the quality of the creasing devices in respect of coating cracking.. With higher basis weights the results of conventional creasing were not satisfactory.. The folding result could be improved by creasing against PU.. In this case coating cracking was visible for the high basis weights.. Using the creasing device we achieved an optimal result in the creasing and folding test, even with high basis weights such as a 400 gsm Matt.. The quality of this creasing is comparable with that produced in letterpress printing and retrofitting to the folding machine incurs relatively low costs.. For every creasing device it was found that our papers produce a better folding result if the creasing bulge faces inwards.. The creasing knife should therefore be applied from the outside towards the inside.. For other folding machine manufacturers the descriptions of the folding device differ to some extent from the creasing devices presented in this brochure.. Most of the folding machines normally used in the printing industry are either already fitted with scoring devices, or can be retrofitted.. Common Myths.. Myth 1: Always plan a job to fold with the grain.. False.. Sappi reports that on stocks from about 7-15 pt (170gsm-300gsm) you get better results and a stronger crease when creasing against the grain.. The packaging industry has known this for years.. Myth 2: You can’t “crease” in rotary form.. Whatever the name, a good score/crease means no cracking on the outside + a good bead on the inside.. So if the delamination & compression occurs in a rotary form, what difference does it make? It still happens.. In rotary, the delamination is incremental.. In platen style, the delamination is simultaneous.. Myth 3: If I don’t score on the letterpress, I can’t charge extra.. well maybe this is not a myth but a topic for discussion.. You invest in tooling to deliver a premium job.. Shouldn’t you get a return? Does the customer really care how it’s done?.. Myth 4: You can’t use UV coating on a piece that is going to be folded.. A good crease will eliminate cracking, even on UV.. Admittedly, some coatings are far more brittle than others, and sometimes formulations change for the worse.. So test first.. Our customers accomplish this every day..

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  • Title: UsedEquipment - Product list - Page.ie - Printing & Graphic Equipment
    Descriptive info: Search Second Hand Products.. Category.. All.. Thermal binding.. Sort By.. Price-Low To High.. Price-High To Low.. Name.. Last Modified.. Creation Date.. CP Bourg Suction Collator.. 10 Station Suction Collator.. Complete with jogger.. Ideal for NCR.. A CP Bourg booklet maker can be added.. Price :- Call for details.. GBC Comb Binder.. In Excellent Condition.. Manual operation.. 100.. 00.. Duplo DC-10.. Duplo 10 Station Friction Collator.. In Excellent condition.. Morgana F S N.. Morgana FSN Numbering and Perforating machine.. M3 SRA3 Folder.. SRA 3 Suction 2 plate folder..  ...   Marchetti 4 headed Paper drill.. Price on application.. BB 3001 Perfect Binder.. CP Bourg BB3001 Perfect Binder.. Single Clamp.. Price on request.. Renz P500 Punch.. Renz P500.. Heavy Duty punch.. 2:1 Die.. 3:1 Die.. Duplo DBM 120.. SOLD.. Duplo DBM 120 Booklet maker.. Entry level Booklet maker.. Booklets from A5 up to A4.. Staple / Fold in one pass.. Auto set.. Morgana DigiFold.. Morgana DigiFold Mk I.. Crease Fold in one pass.. Automatic setup.. Rilecart P500.. Rilecart P 500.. Semi Automatic wire closer.. James Burn.. Automatic Wire Closer..

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    Descriptive info: Spare Parts.. from PAGE.. More details coming soon..

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  • Title: PAGE (Printing & Graphic Equipment) Sitemap
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  • Title: Contact PAGE (Printing & Graphic Equipment)
    Descriptive info: Contact.. Printing & Graphic Equipment.. Feel free to contact us with any of your requests or queries.. We will be glad to help.. ADDRESS:.. Unit 3G, Centrepoint Business Park, Oak Drive, Dublin 12.. TEL NO.. :.. 01-4097677.. FAX NO.. 01-4097680.. E-MAIL:.. ie.. We will be sure to get back to you as soon as possible..

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  • Title: Morgana manufacturer - Page.ie - Printing & Graphic Equipment
    Descriptive info: Founded in 1978, Morgana is now one of the World’s leading manufacturer's and supplier of print finishing systems and equipment.. Recent years have seen Morgana consolidate its reputation for quality products.. In particular, the company is now recognised as a leading innovator in the development of finishing systems designed specifically to meet the needs of the rapidly growing digital print market.. Products like the AutoCreaser, the DigiFold and, latterly, the DocuMaster have all upheld the Morgana claim to be ‘Number 1 in Digital Print Finishing’.. Morgana is a ‘preferred finishing partner’ for nearly all the  ...   Konica, to provide the equipment and service back-up that helps digital printers streamline their finishing operations.. About 80% of Morgana’s UK-made products are exported and the company has built-up a global network of dealers and distributors covering all major overseas markets.. Recently we have opened our Morgana USA operation to supply markets in the.. United States, Canada and South America.. and are very close to fulfilling our aim to establish a coast-to-coast distribution network covering the whole of the North American continent.. Morgana Digibook 300.. DigiBook 300.. Nagel Digital Flexo Cut.. See all Morgana products..

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  • Title: CP Bourg manufacturer - Page.ie - Printing & Graphic Equipment
    Descriptive info: Philosophy.. For over forty five years, the C.. P.. Bourg Group of companies has been an initiator and promoter of new technologies meeting the requirements of the PRE and POST - PRINT PAPER HANDLING sectors and of the PRINT FINISHING PROFESSIONALS.. Our success is the result of a three-fold strategy :.. QUALITY.. Our employees work to strengthen our industry leadership position and to achieve the common goal of total customer satisfaction.. Quality is the result of our continuous care to apply efficient controls to each step of the development, sourcing and manufacturing processes.. C.. Bourg has a worldwide reputation for quality, leading to privileged relationships with companies such as HP®, KODAK®, OCE®, XEROX® and more.. The C.. Bourg Quality System is ISO 9001certified.. INNOVATION.. At C.. Bourg, innovation is a primary objective.. To this end, we make a continuous effort to develop and improve products corresponding to the needs of our customers.. Steady feedback from our global customer base provides the guidance for our innovative ideas.. Bourg innovation has been recognized in the past by multiple industry awards, like the prestigious GATF Intertech Excellence award granted to the BB2005 on  ...   who have their own worldwide distribution networks.. Bourg operates three manufacturing sites, two in Belgium and one in the United States, operated by our Sister Company, CP.. Bourg Inc.. Our products are distributed in Europe via our Belgium headquarters, subsidiaries in Luxembourg, France and Germany, and via a comprehensive network of dealers.. Throughout North and South America, Bourg products are distributed by C.. , headquartered in New Bedford, Massachusetts.. In all other markets, we have a network of independent distributors providing both sales of and service for our products.. More than fifty thousand customers can testify as to our continuous commitment to building products of quality, innovation, and efficiency for the future.. CP Bourg BB3002 PUR.. The first automatic self setting binder, you insert the.. book and the machine self adjusts to the book.. thickness and length, even for book for one.. Fitment with.. On Line Products.. C P Bourg have a wide range of on line finishing equipment.. From Perfect Binders to Booklet Makers, Stackers to Square back machines.. This Link below will bring you to CP Bourgs Website for further details.. http://cpbourg.. com/en/products/categories.. html?category_id=7.. See all Cpbourg products..

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