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
catalogue , English, 14 pages; 4,5 MByte
  K200 Graviereinheit
catalogue , English, 24 pages; 3,1 MByte
catalogue, Japanese , 11 pages; 2,6 MByte
HelioSprint            (1998)
catalogue, Japanese , 3 pages; 600 KByte


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 rotogravure printing cylinders for high volume printing of magazines, catalogues, and packaging material.

The company HELL Gravure Systems GmbH & Co. KG in Kiel, which emerged from the Hell company, still produces this kind of machines.