The M-600 ‘perfector’ uses standard sheetfed inks and has a top speed that the sheetfed manufacturers will drool over: 30,000 perfected B1 sheets per hour. Blanket-to-blanket printing means there’s no need for gripper margins, and Goss claims the footprint of the M-600 is equal to that of an eight-unit long perfector. More importantly though, the firm claims it could be two to three times more productive than a long perfector.
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