Reprex

This page provides information about Reprex flatbed cylinder proof presses. No sources for parts are known and will need to be fabricated. However, some owners of Reprex proof presses owners listed in the Reprex census may be of assistance.


Models

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Reprex Measurements

ModelRoller Dia.Paper SizeForm SizeBed SizeFl. SpaceWt. (lbs.)
No. 0-1N/A15½ × 2415 × 19½15½ × 4027 × 40550
No. 115 × 2414½ × 1915½ × 3430 × 72850
No. 215½ × 2614½ ×22½15¼ × 4283 × 301100
No. 3319½ × 3019 × 2620 × 4837 × 961800
No. 4324½ × 3024 × 2625 × 5439 × 1012600
No. 4P324½ × 3024 × 2625 × 5439 × 1012900

Operators Manual
Reprex manual (3.1mb PDF)

 


Parts Drawings

No 1 Roller Gear (64kb PDF)

 


History

1960s-70 Manufactured by United States Forge and Foundry, a company started by Edward Nolan in Pulaski, New York. At one time Reprex presses were sold by American Printing Equipment Co.

See note for Nolan presses See profile of Edward J. Nolan Reprex

 


Photos 

Pulaski New York (post 1964). Courtesy of Margaret Nolan Hay

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