Gravure devices / Klischographen

 

 

  Flat bed gravure devices    
       
 

Klischograph K 151 (1951)

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  Klischograph K151
       
 

Vario Klischograph K 181 (1957)

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

Identograph K 142 (1977)

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  Identograph K 142
 

 

 

   
   Helio gravure devices    
       
 

Klischograph K 155

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  Klischograph K155
 

 

 
   
 

Helio Klischograph K 303

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