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Offset Printing

Feeder End Parts

A free turning roller which rotates in contact with a gear driven roller to pull the sheet of paper from the sucker tube(s) and deliver it to the register system Pull out roller
Blows air from the discharge side of a vacuum pump through one or more tubes into the edges of the top few sheets of paper on the feed table to control sheet separation for pickup of a single sheet by the sucker tube(s) Air blast nozzle
Small, thin, narrow, flexible finger which aides in the feeding of one sheet at a time by separating the top sheet from a second or more sheets Sheet separator
A device which automatically controls the height at which the pile of paper will be maintained for continuous feeding into the press Pile height regulator
Holds a stack or pile of paper in position for feeding into the press Feed table
A moveable tube through which a vacuum pump draws air causing a sheet of paper to be drawn into contact with the tube, which then moves the sheet into the press Vaccum-sucker tube
A device which gauges the thickness of the paper before it is fed into the register system and provides a means of stopping or deflecting the paper if two or more sheets are picked up by the sucker tube(s) Double sheet detector
Position the sheets that are stacked on the feed table by holding the paper on the sides and at the leading and trailing edges in eact position for entering the press Paper guides
Created by: Tom_Carrig
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