Manroland 700 feeder head?

Discussion in 'Man Roland Printing Presses' started by TMI, Mar 9, 2020.

  1. TMI

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    Does anyone have a diagram for a Manroland 700 feeder head. The plastic cam follower bearing for the forwarding suckers disintegrated. I need a part number to replace. Oh, yeah I got back cylinder damage. I was running 38pt. stock. Bearing.jpg Bearing and bracket.jpg Unit 1 impression cylinder.jpg Unit 3 impression cylinder.jpg
     
  2. drukman

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    There is a hole in eccentrics for positioning. Damage to the pressure cylinder is easily galvanized
     

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  3. TMI

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    Thanks, I got work out with Al at Manroland
    1. Bearing - #80.91C40-3352

    2. Bolt - #80.21F30-0476

    3. Bearing - #80.21F13

    4. Bolt - #80.21F30-0468
     
  4. sergios68

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    the bushing that normally is damaged by age is the part #80.21F30-0455 BUSHING ACLATHAN 1800 (NATUR)
     
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    The back cylinder damage is an easy repair. There are guys that will come in and do a permanent job but its not cheap. From what I see a bit of time, JB Weld, and some wet sanding can get you a repair thats likely to last a pretty long time. How long will be dependent on the prep, and attention to detail.
     

  7. sergios68

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    TMI

    the printing cylinder damaged must be repaired using the galvanic metod, there are specialized companys in electroplating than can repair this hole very easy...
     
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