Eme stack printing press

Machine Eme stack printing press
Reference number F16065
Machine manufacturer Eme
Model FXCM
CI or stack Stack
Gearless No
Year 2002
Number of colors 4
Max. web width 1220 mm
Max. printing width 1220 mm
Min. – Max. printing repeat 360 - 680 mm
Max. mechanical speed 200 m/min
Material & Min – Max thickness paper 35 - 150gsm
Gear pitch 10mm
Unwind type Single
Max. unwind reel diameter 1000 mm
Rewind type Single
Max. rewind reel diameter 1000 mm
Number & sizes airshafts for winder Rewind 70, 76 and 152 mm
Drying type Electric
Edge guide(s) Yes
Video camera Yes
Number of aniloxes 5
Number of carrier sleeves To be discussed
Number of sleeves Some full tone sleeves will be with the machine
Number of gears 74
Manuals available Yes
Available from March 2017
Machine can be seen in production? Yes
Subject to unsold. Although believed to be correct, the machine specifications and lists supplied are based solely upon those provided by the original owners.

Flexo printing presses
The first printing press was introduced in 1440. Those presses were used for printing paper and books. There have been  a lot of improvements, especially during the industrial revolution when the first industrial printing press was designed. In 1890 the first flexo printer was invented in Liverpool, England.

Flexography, or flexo, is named after the flexible relief plate that is used to print. Flexo printing presses can be used for plastic, film, cellophane and paper. Flexo machines are the most common machines in food packaging. In 1952 the official name for this type of printing was announced: Flexographic process or short, flexography.

Last decades there were also  a lot of improvements, especially in the digital printing field and the amounts of colors that a press can use.

There are several types of flexo printing presses: CI presses, stack presses and in-line printing presses. CI stands for Central Impression. Those flexo printing presses have an impression cylinder. Stack presses are used for multi color printing. It is called stack because each color station is stacked vertically. Stack presses have two to eight seperate color stations, sometimes they have two parallel stacks of printing units. The third type of printing presses, the in-line presses, have seperate, horizontal color stations from front to back.

  • Flexo
  • printing
  • paper
  • Stack