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This page provides information specifically about Asbern flatbed cylinder proof presses. No sources for parts are known.  See Asbern Census. To add or correct data, use the Contact Form. Please provide: model name,  serial number; owner name and location. See also Asbern.com.

 


Models

ModelRoller Dia.Paper SizeBed SizeFl. SpaceWt. (lbs.)
AD-1, ADR-115¼ × 19½15¼4 × 23¼3'2" × 5'9"993
Pak I20½ × 23⅖19½ × 23¼3'4" × 8'6"1455
PI-120½ × 24½19½ × 23¼3'4" × 7'3" 1452
Rationella I20½ × 24⅘20⅗ × 273'½ × 8'6" 1456
Rationella II24 × 30¼20⅗ × 274'7" × 9'2" 2912, 3136*
Rationella III35½ × 50¾20⅗ × 275'9" × 11'9" 5600

* Power carriage 


History

Manufactured by Asbern Maschinenfabrik in Augsburg, West Germany 1950s-70s. Imported into U.S. by E.G. Linder, a Los Angeles printing equipment dealer. Ernest A. Lindner co-founded The International Printing Museum in Southern California.

 


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