Offset Printing

Speedmalt sources the highest quality used offset printing machinery from industry leading manufacturers. We have a wealth of experience in matching the right offset printing machinery to your requirements.
KBA RAPIDA 105-6L ALV2 CX Hybrid

KBA RAPIDA 105-6L ALV2 CX Hybrid

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 2011
Size: 74 x 105 cm
Ref: 24813

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Ryobi 525HXXP

Ryobi 525HXXP

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 2004
Size: 36.5 x 52 cm
Ref: 17509

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Heidelberg SM52-4H LX

Heidelberg SM52-4H LX

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 2010
Size: 36 x 52 cm
Ref: 25838

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Hans Gronhi GH525

Hans Gronhi GH525

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 2014
Size: 37 x 52 cm
Ref: 25851

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Ryobi 524HXX

Ryobi 524HXX

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 2001
Size: 37 x 52 cm
Ref: 25836

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Ryobi 524HX

Ryobi 524HX

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 1997
Size: 37 x 52 cm
Ref: 25858

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Heidelberg GTO52-4-P3

Heidelberg GTO52-4-P3

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 1999
Size: 36 x 52 cm
Ref: 25847

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Heidelberg GTOV52

Heidelberg GTOV52

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 1991
Size: 36 x 52 cm
Ref: 25828

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Heidelberg MOZPS

Heidelberg MOZPS

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 1991
Size: 48 x 65 cm
Ref: 25853

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Heidelberg SM52-2

Heidelberg SM52-2

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 2002
Size: 36 x 52 cm
Ref: 25855

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Heidelberg MOE

Heidelberg MOE

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 1986
Size: 48 x 65 cm
Ref: 24800

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Heidelberg GTO 52

Heidelberg GTO 52

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 1989
Impressions: 35 million
Size: 36 x 52 cm
Ref: 25831

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Horizon VAC 100C

Horizon VAC 100C

Type: Offset Printing
Year: 2000/2001
Ref: 25859

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Speedmalt sources the highest quality offset printing machinery from industry leading manufacturers including: Heidelberg, Komori, Mitsubishi, Shinohara & Roland. We maintain extensive stocks and have a wealth of experience in matching the right equipment to the right client, ensuring you get exactly what you need.

Offset printing is a commonly used printing technique where an inked image is transferred or “offset” from a plate to a rubber sheet, and then from the sheet to the printing surface.