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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 8815 Ting

Instructions and Help about Where Form 8815 Ting

This is a Buick 9910 xes. It's a wet offset press with two colors. You have your T-head and parent press for pressing. This is the Townsend Industries anniversary edition 80, which means you have vertical, horizontal, and tilt adjustment on the fly. This is important because I use polyester plates for all my jobs, especially short runs. However, there is a downside to polyester. It tends to act like paper, causing punch holes to elongate after a few thousand impressions. This can cause the image to shift on both the T-head and parent press, making it tricky at times. Therefore, it's necessary to adjust the T-head to accommodate the parent press. I've posted this video on YouTube, so people can log in and post comments. Whether it's a question about their own press issues or providing answers to someone else's questions, I believe this will become a valuable knowledge base. Unlike Buick's knowledge base that requires payment, here you can log in and ask any questions you want. I'll try my best to answer all of them, and perhaps you can also help answer other people's questions. If your image needs to go back towards the catch tray, insert your tool into the slotted bolt and loosen it. Then, spin the flywheel clockwise as much as needed. To determine the distance, use a measuring tool, which is fairly accurate. In this case, it looks like I only needed to go about an eighth of an inch. Once that's done, keep pressure on it and tighten it up. The fume hood is really helpful as it protects the press against a leaky roof. My jog speed is just under six thousand impressions per hour. If you ever have paper caught in the rollers, make sure not to rotate them but keep them in...