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Durst Pictor Corrugated for Eclipse
Thursday, 08 November 2007 01:00

New Durst machine was installed in Eclipse group last month. Model Durst Rho 600 Pictor Corrugated is placed in Eclipse Edelény (Hungary).

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XXL offset
Tuesday, 24 July 2007 01:00

Roland 908-5 XXL Enjoy your summer.
Let our brand new machines do the hard work for you.

• 23.865 sq. meters per hour. 10.000 sheets per hour.
• 32 pages A4 on one sheet. 185 x 129 cm printing format.

parameters of large format offset press MAN Roland 908-5

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Automatic digital POS production line
Friday, 04 May 2007 15:16

digital diecutter KongsbergBetween piece production of POS (displays, stands, eye-catchers) provided as standard by digital printing and cutting/folding on plotter, and between higher runs "analog" production (offset printing, adhesive lamination, die cutting) impacted modern digital POS production line dedicated mainly for middle runs.

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ECLIPSE Vienna invited to skiing trip in Kreischberg: "A Zirberl und a führiger Schnee"
Wednesday, 04 April 2007 16:39

ViennaBest weather and snow conditions, 100% pure fun from the 1st to the last ski turn - the first skiing trip of ECLIPSE Vienna was a great success.

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The Record Graduation Photographs Tableau
Tuesday, 13 March 2007 11:50

Graduation photographsThe last year-class graduation photographs tableau of the Grammar school in Jihlava overcomes by the format 20 x 3m the current Czech and European record.

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Offset removal in Eclipse
Thursday, 25 January 2007 12:23

Offset removalAs is the natural circle of life old things eventually give way to the new - and that is also the way in a printing house. 

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"Brewing the Difference" - Austria in the shop window "eclipse" makes a symbolic contribution to important economic scene
Friday, 05 January 2007 12:34

Brewing the DifferenceThere's hardly a better address than the "Centre William Rappard" in Geneva to represent Austrian interests at a highest political and economical level. There, at the World Trade Organisation (WTO), all 150 member states are neck or nothing. And sometimes even in the truest sense of the word.

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