By the early 1960s Roland’s Ultra, Rekord, Parva, and Favorit models dominated the used sheetfed offset market and their five-cylinder common impression technology saw off most competition internationally, but the success of Heidelberg’s unit press design from the mid-1970s led to a loss of market share and the development of (by then) Man-Roland’s own unit press ranges – the most successful being the technically advanced but initially temperamental Roland 700 series, with advanced fibre-optic control systems, improved Variomatic damping and RCI systems and PPL autoplate loading. It was enough to save the company’s fortunes, if not to regain the top slot. Current models include the Roland 700 HiPrint, the 700 Evolution and the 700 Direct Drive and 700 HS and 500 and 200H presses. Most are now equipped with ColorPilot.
There are normally a couple of hundred used Manroland presses available on pressXchange. Secondhand Manroland 700 4-col, 5-col, 6-col and 8-colour presses make up nearly half of them, with perfectors and/or coaters on most models. Used Manroland R705 LV and PLV models are the most popular, with secondhand eight colour Manroland R708P presses not far behind. In the B2 format used Manroland R500 presses in four and five colour configurations are also well represented, while large format pre-owned Manroland R900 presses are available. Reconditioned, overhauled and reconditioned Manroland printing presses can be found on pressXchange from the world’s most reliable dealers.
Category: Sheet Fed
|Sheet Size:||B2 (72-4cms/28-29")|
|Machine Specification:||Printing machine - Two Colour Roland Model 202TOB Year 1992 Impressions 13 million Minimum sheet size 280 x 406 mm Maximum sheet size 520 x 740 mm Dampening Rolandmatic film dampening Details Mabeg...|