Visiting this group for the first time?
Click on "User Management" to the left, and request membership. Once we have verified that you are a user of WebPress equipment, we will email an initial password to you.
Have you received your initial password?
Click "Sign In" near the upper right portion of this page then sign in under "Forms Authentication". (Sign in using Forms Authentication each time you need to log-on from now on. Keep your initial password or create one easier to remember...)
Using Windows XP? Sign in by clicking "User Management" then use the "Sign In" link near the bottom of the page.
Ready to change your initial password?
Click on your name (where it used to say "sign in"), and choose the "change password" option.
For questions on how to post, changing your profile, etc. please see the FAQ page.
dinky unit on a tab page 3 prints good page 4 side of dinkey is grainy and weak, new blanket on page 4 good stripes on rollers, broadsheet fine
anything would help
Quadra Color has blue tint ,changed water form roller, reset ink forms ,good stripes 1/4" any idea
Click HERE for a printable version on the WordSearch, the list of words, and the answers.
Or just find the anwers below.
dinky roll out of control when you add brake the dancer jumps up and down, bottoms out
putting slack in web letting it crawl from side to side
already set backlash and cable , new brake pads.
We are currently looking to hire 2 operstors. I need a day shift and a night shift operator. We have 6 quad stacks on 3 press lines. Located in Peoria Illinois. Full time positions will full benefit package. Salery based on experiance level.
key lock counter and goog copy counter face plate getting hot when between press runs
Click to view: UV Users Supply Chart 2018.pdf
On one Quad stack the colour is in register then we speed up the machine and all the colours jump out of register by different amounts upwards on 5mm. Then when the machine is slowed down it comes back into register. Any advice would be welcome.
Changed blankets, checked all settings, still getting a double image on top half of front and back pages. Bottom half prints fine.
Do you have a type of newsprint onsite that you never use? Do you need something different? Use this category to talk with other users about your needs and theirs.
I'm having a problem with the web tearing at the blanket gap on the Page 1 side of the black unit on a Quadstack. We're running Quadstack into Atlas folder, 27.7# newsprint at about 18,000iph. The problem is erratic, and the tears extend along the line of the blanket gap, anywhere from 1/4" into the web up to almost 2" at which point all hell breaks loose in the folder. We found a cut in the Black blanket in that approximate location and replaced it, no change. We have been running the nips on the nose so light they aren't marking the paper at all, and the web has been popping in and out of the back nips. We've been adjusting them to try and get about 1/4' nip marks on each end, but no change so far. The pins appear to be coming all the way through. we recently replaced the whole knife box assembly and the pin strippers.
I'm out of my depth here (not being a web pressman). Any ideas?
Richard Fazakerley - Operations Manager - PPC
Anyone having issues with their water stops not staying open or closed, the new split washers are extremely easy to install and give you back full control. We can now run with them half way open again which helps tremendously with contamination issues on the edge of the sheet.
I had to replace two cable on our roll stand and now the upper roll position works ok, but the dancer will not smooth out its up and down continuously, The lower position gives me alot of trouble, in order to get propper tension the dancer is pinned in the upper position and as the rolls get smaller it snaps the webs. what is the propper way of setting these cables when they need to be changed? both were frayed and it was a matter of time before they broke.
We're running a Quadstack in coldset mode, mostly Newsprint products both Tabloid and Broadsheet. We have recently started getting lines printing across the front and back pages on Tabloids. They are almost always Cyan/Magenta, very thin (one or two dots wide, but rough edged - see attached picture), but under a loupe they do not have the sharp edged look of physical scratches on the plates. To be sure of this we checked the plate punch and the bender for burrs, the CtP was serviced only 2 weeks ago. It does appear that there is a visible build up of what looks like paper dust on the blankets which comes off with blanketwash/water. We are running No-process plates on our CtP, a mild acid fountain solution at a conductivity of 1500 over water and pH of 5.0. Paper, inks, plates and blankets have not been changed but we did recently change over to a new fountain solution that was supposed to run better with No-Process plates. Has anyone else gone through this problem? If so, what was the final outcome?
Richard Fazakerley - Operations Manager
Pacific Publishing Company - Seattle, WA
I am having some problems with my color ink tray on page one side of my quadstack. The yellow tray is showing some cyan ink. So the ink will have green spots in the tray itself. Can anyone tell me what I need to be looking for? I dont see any cyan in the magenta or black trays.
What Fountain Solution are most users using on their quad stacks? We were using Varyx but have not been able to find a good replacement. We currently are having an issue whe we need to sstop for a period of say 10 min or more, when we start the press back up the impression mark prints. In order to get this to go away we have to wash all 24 plates with plate cleaner. We are using a product from Applied Chemistries and it is a a mild acid.
Wondering which perf wheels to order?
We have illustrations. Go to the "Spare Parts" section by clicking in the menu to the left. Then choose either "RTF Perf Wheels" or "Inline Perf Wheels" to open a PDF illustrates the different kinds and their associated part numbers.
We have converted 4 of our Quad Stacks over to the 24 key fountains along with the segmented blades. After calibrating them and running them for a few months, I went back and compared our monthly waste totals against pre 24 key fountain months and our overall waste per month has dropped by between 3 and 4 percent. All of our operators brag on how much easier and quicker the start ups are. Its been a great investment and we could not be happier with the results!!
Need help using the forum? Check FAQ page. Answer not there? Contact us: 253-620-4747 or email email@example.com