Is your 20 pt stock long grain or short grain?
Kris, check this thread out, it's not the same model of Heidelberg but it might help?
Travis, yes indeed they do but I think it's a collar rather than a pin? Very long time since I ran one of those. :-)
I would say the Heidelberg Speedmaster SX 52 2P+ simply because it's newer, I think UV is an add on, If you're buying new?
Good luck in finding...
Heidelberg SM74 simply because the larger size gives you more options, unfortunately I can't comment on the Shinohara as I have never worked on...
Hopefully it's just a left over installation bolt?
Isn't what he is referring to, a Cyrel plate, it's a letterpress plate for coaters?
Add a small drop of Cobalt drier 0.5% or paste drier to your ink, it's normal for uncoated papers to take longer in drying.
Gotta be a loose cable between the console and the control cabinet?
Have you tried a different brand of blanket maybe a quick release blanket or non-compressible blanket?
The thinner the sheet, the more accurate the double sheet detector has to be, I always tore 3 strips of the stock being used and fed them through...
Have you tried zeroing the sheet compensator on the ranger drum, that is the infeed drum?
Fuse on the compressor?
You should at least get a densitometer and maybe a Matchprint proof.
Only thing I can think of is your double sheet detector might need resetting?
Hi, have you tried running the non printing units on impression? Try it, see how it goes
I think you have to inch the press while the bolts are loose, it's not enough to just change the numbers, apologies if you did that anyway?
Have you tried moving the oscillation, that is located on the drive side panel?