Gravure devices / Klischographen

 

Introduction to engraving technology   (German)
 
from the textbook: Gravure Textbook Volume 2
       Roland Golpon 1968
       Courtesy of his wife, R. Golpon
 

Vorwort und Inhaltsverzeichnis                          (750 kByte)

Elektronische Zylindergravur mit dem K193      (4,7 Mbyte)

Geschichtliche Entwicklung des Tiefdrucks       (5,3 MByte)

 

  Flat bed gravure devices    
       
 

Klischograph K 151 (1951)

Kulturdenkmal SH en

  Klischograph K151
       
 

Vario Klischograph K 181 (1957)

Kulturdenkmal SH en

  Klischgraph K 181
 
catalogue , German,  6 pages; 1,7 MByte
   
       
       
 

Identograph K 142 (1977)

Kulturdenkmal SH en

  Identograph K 142
 

 

 

   
   Helio gravure devices    
       
 

Klischograph K 155

Kulturdenkmal SH en

  Klischograph K155
 

 

 
   
 
Catalogue, Japanese, 7 pages; 1,6 Mbyte
 
Catalogue, Japanese, 9 pages; 2,1 Mbyte
  k200
       
       
 
catalogue , English,   14 pages; 4,5 MByte
  K200 Graviereinheit
 
catalogue , English,   24 pages; 3,1 MByte
 
 
catalogue , English ,    5 Seiten; 7,6 MByte
catalogue, English ,   11 pages; 14.9 MByte
 
 
HelioSprint            (1998)
catalogue, English ,     3 pages; 3,5 MByte
HelioKlischograph K6      (2003)
catalogue, English ,     8 pages; 2,4 MByte
Cellaxy  the Laser engraver  (2008)
catalogue, English ,     8 pages; 6,3 MByte
 
       

 

Helio HGS
Using the same principle, the Helioklischograph was developed later, which engraves pictures and text with
a diamond stylus into the copper surface of a printing cylinder for rotogravure printing.
Such machines are still used today to produce roto-
gravure printing cylinders for high volume printing of magazines, catalogues, packaging material and decoratives

      

 
 
Today’s company HELL Gravure Systems GmbH (established in 2002) is the result of the
1997 spin-out of gravure operations from the prepress business (formerly Linotype¬Hell) of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, still producing the famous Helio Klischograph