Web fed presses, celebrated for their high-speed and large-scale printing capabilities, have become indispensable across diverse industries, from newspapers to packaging. These sophisticated machines ensure consistent print quality, remarkable flexibility, and unparalleled efficiency, making them the top choice for high-volume printing needs.


At Kitmondo, we offer a wide array of web fed presses, with prices ranging from €17,000 to €117,000, tailored to suit businesses of all sizes. Whether you're an emerging startup or a well-established enterprise, Kitmondo helps you find a machine that perfectly fits your budget and operational demands. Our listings include machines from renowned manufacturers like Heidelberg, manroland Goss, and Komori, ensuring durability and exceptional performance.


When you choose Kitmondo, you're not just purchasing machinery; you're making a strategic investment in your business. Our platform enables professionals to make value-driven decisions, striking the perfect balance between cost and quality. Discover Kitmondo's extensive selection of web fed presses and enhance your printing operations to achieve optimal efficiency and outstanding results.

Cerutti ES961 Gravure printing machine

Year: 2004

Nbr print units 8
Printing width 1300 mm
Web width 1000 mm
Speed 36000 u/h

Harris V 25 Web Printing Press


Nbr print units 16

Muller Martini Grapha Progress 2036

Year: 1987

Web width 530 mm

SOLNA D-380 / SOLNA G-150 / TENSOR T-1400 Newspaper printing machines

Year: 2005

Nbr print units 4
Printing width 560 mm
Web width 960 mm
Speed 40000 u/h
Folder Yes


Year: 2008

Nbr print units 5
Web width 520 mm

MAN Cromoman

Year: 1998

Nbr print units 10
Folder Yes
Speed 50000 u/h
Rolling type Roll to Fold

CASTAGNOLI FC-50 Web continuous printing press

Year: 2000

Nbr print units 4
Printing width 500 mm
Dampening ALCOOLOR
Web width 500 mm
Speed 250 u/h
Folder Yes

Drent Gazelle 6 imr Web continuous printing press

Year: 1992

Nbr print units 1
Printing width 610 mm
Rolling type Roll to Fold
Web width 50 mm

Mark Andy 2200H Web continuous printing press

Year: 2006

Nbr print units 8
Printing width 250 mm
Web width 256 mm
Speed 100 u/h
Rolling type Roll to Roll

Rotary MIYAKOSHI MSP-18 - 1998

Year: 1998

Nbr print units 4
Dampening Offset
Folder Yes
Printing width 380 mm
Rolling type Roll to Fold

Giebeler R480

Year: 1984

3 x 24" wet offset 1 x 24" dry offset (magnetic) 19" wide web guide reel to fold 2 x 24" cross perfs

Miyakoshi MVF 18 D

Year: 1996

Nbr print units 3
Web width 450 mm

Used MULLER MARTINI GRAPHA 520 Web continuous printing press

Year: 1979

Nbr print units 4
Printing width 520 mm
Rolling type Roll to Roll
Web width 520 mm
Dampening OFFSET
Folder Yes

Used Rotatek MP 150 Web continuous printing press Good value

Year: 1998

Nbr print units 3
Printing width 380 mm
Dampening ALCOOL
Web width 400 mm
Speed 40000 u/h

Taiwan FC-220 Web continuous printing press Low working hours

Year: 2006

Nbr print units 2
Printing width 150 mm
Web width 220 mm

DRENT Gazelle 6 Imr - P

Year: 1989

Nbr print units 3
Printing width 485 mm
Dampening Offset Umido
Web width 485 mm
Speed 250 u/h

Bobst-Rotomec Rotopack 1320 3000-3R Web continuous printing press

Year: 2002

Nbr print units 8
Printing width 1320 mm
Web width 1400 mm

Discover the Power of Web Fed Presses at Kitmondo

At Kitmondo, we take pride in being a leading marketplace for used industrial machinery, connecting you with the right tools to drive your business forward. Our extensive catalog features the highly efficient web fed press, a cornerstone of modern printing technology.

A web fed press, often simply called a web press, prints on continuous rolls of paper rather than individual sheets. This technique ensures consistent and rapid printing, making it the ideal solution for large-scale publishing tasks such as newspapers, magazines, and bulk advertising materials. The term 'web' refers to the long continuous roll, or 'web', of paper that the machine uses. As the paper moves through the press, it gets printed, cut, and often folded, emerging as a completed product.

Why Choose Kitmondo for Your Printing Needs?

Navigating the world of used machinery can often feel like a complex maze. At Kitmondo, we simplify this journey, transforming it into a seamless experience. By choosing to purchase or sell your web fed press through us, you’re not only tapping into a vast global network of buyers and sellers but also benefiting from our expertise and commitment to trust and quality.

Our streamlined processes eliminate the hassle from your plate. With Kitmondo, buying or selling used machinery is as straightforward as it gets. Our platform is supported by a team of seasoned professionals who understand the intricacies of industrial machinery, ensuring that what you buy or sell meets the highest standards. Every transaction on Kitmondo is conducted with a focus on transparency and trust. From detailed descriptions to high-quality photos, we make sure you know exactly what you're getting.

Purchasing a used web fed press is a smart choice for businesses looking to achieve high-quality printing without the hefty price tag of a brand-new machine. On our platform, these machines are available in a price range from as affordable as €17,000 to more premium options at €117,000. This wide range caters to businesses of varying scales.

Whether you're a startup with a tight budget or a large enterprise ready to invest heavily in top-notch machinery, Kitmondo has an option that aligns with your financial plans. The cost of a machine often reflects its features, age, brand, and overall condition. Lower-end machines closer to the €17,000 mark might be older models but still robust enough for a range of tasks. In contrast, those approaching the €117,000 price point are likely to be from leading brands, in excellent condition, or boast advanced features. Regardless of the price point you're considering, purchasing from Kitmondo guarantees a value-driven decision. We ensure that every machine listed has been vetted for functionality and quality.

Advantages of Web Fed Presses

Web fed presses, often referred to as web presses, have revolutionized large-scale printing. Their advantages make them the preferred choice for various high-volume printing jobs:

  • High-Speed Production: Web presses are designed for speed, allowing for rapid production of printed materials, essential for publications with tight deadlines like daily newspapers.
  • Economies of Scale: With high-speed operation, web presses become more cost-effective when producing large quantities, reducing the cost per unit significantly.
  • Simultaneous Operations: Web presses often integrate printing, cutting, and folding in one continuous process, minimizing manual intervention and streamlining production.
  • Consistent Quality: Once set up, web presses maintain consistent print quality throughout the run, ensuring uniformity across thousands or even millions of copies.
  • Flexibility with Print Length: Printing from rolls of paper offers flexibility in the length of printed material, beneficial for varying magazine issues or special edition newspapers.
  • Reduction in Waste: Initial setups might produce waste during calibration, but once operational, web presses have a lower wastage rate compared to sheet-fed presses.
  • Versatility in Printing Options: Advanced web presses can handle various printing techniques like gravure or flexographic printing, allowing for diverse applications.
  • Lower Paper Costs: Printing on rolls often offers economies of scale in paper purchasing, reducing overall costs compared to buying individual sheets.
  • Space Efficiency: Using rolls of paper rather than sheets can make storage more space-efficient, especially in facilities with high ceilings.
  • Continuous Operation: Many web presses are designed for continuous operation, allowing for fewer stoppages and disruptions, increasing overall productivity.

Main Machine Parameters of Web Fed Presses

Web fed presses are intricate machines with numerous parameters that dictate their operation and print quality. Key parameters include:

  • Web Width: The width of the paper roll the machine can handle, crucial for compatibility with specific printing tasks.
  • Cut-off Length: The length at which the printed web is cut into sheets, determining the final size of the printed product.
  • Printing Speed: Measured in feet or meters per minute, indicating how fast the press can print on the continuous roll of paper.
  • Number of Printing Units: Determines how many colors or processes can be applied in a single pass.
  • Roll Diameter: Specifies the maximum diameter of the paper roll the machine can accommodate, affecting how long the press can operate without a roll change.
  • Plate Size: Dimensions of the plate used in the printing process, determining the size of the print area.
  • Type of Drying System: Many web presses use drying systems like infrared, UV, or hot air, impacting print quality and speed.
  • Inking System: Method the press uses to apply ink to the plates, crucial for print quality.
  • Substrate Compatibility: While most web presses are designed for paper, some can handle other substrates like plastic films or metallic foils.
  • Tension Control: Ensures the paper feeds through the press without tearing or wrinkling, vital for maintaining tension across the web.
  • Fold Configuration: Type and number of folds the machine can produce, essential for publications.
  • Print Technology: Utilizes various print techniques like lithography, gravure, or flexography, affecting print quality, speed, and cost.
  • Automation Features: Modern presses include automated features like automatic plate changing, cleaning systems, or auto-registration, improving efficiency and reducing setup times.

Understanding these parameters is crucial to ensure the machine meets the specific needs of your task.

Areas of Use

Web fed presses are highly versatile, catering to various industries and applications. Their ability to print swiftly on large rolls of paper makes them ideal for producing large quantities of print products. Key areas of use include:

  • Newspapers: Ideal for the rapid, high-volume production needed for daily distribution.
  • Magazines: Efficient for producing color-rich, high-quality outputs for large circulation numbers.
  • Books: Suitable for high-volume print runs of popular novels, textbooks, or mass-market paperbacks.
  • Catalogs: Beneficial for businesses producing extensive product catalogs, especially for seasonal releases or special promotions.
  • Directories and Phone Books: Perfect for the sheer size and volume of these publications.
  • Brochures and Flyers: Efficient for large-scale marketing campaigns requiring millions of copies.
  • Inserts and Circulars: Commonly found in newspapers or mailed promotions, produced in massive quantities.
  • Bulk Mailing Materials: Includes utility bills, bank statements, and other mass-produced mail materials.
  • Forms: Standardized forms used in industries like healthcare, finance, or public services.
  • Packaging: Some web presses are tailored for specific packaging applications, especially for high volumes.
  • Comic Books: Achieve vibrant colors and glossy finishes efficiently.
  • Financial Reports: Produce annual reports or quarterly financial statements en masse.
  • Journals and Academic Publications: Suitable for high circulation or broad distribution.
  • Labels and Stickers: Web presses tailored for narrower widths are used in large-scale label and sticker printing.

Leading Manufacturers of Web Fed Presses

Renowned manufacturers globally produce web fed presses, each with their own specialties and expertise. Leading manufacturers include:

  • Heidelberg: Known for a range of presses, including web offset presses for various applications.
  • MAN Roland (manroland Goss web systems): Producing some of the world's leading web offset presses.
  • Goss International (manroland Goss web systems): Renowned for high-quality web presses, especially for newspapers.
  • Komori: Japanese company known for innovative printing solutions, including web offset presses.
  • KBA (Koenig & Bauer): One of the oldest printing press manufacturers, offering a range of web presses for different applications.
  • Toshiba: Produces printing machines, including web presses.
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI): Known for commercial and newspaper web offset presses.
  • HP (Hewlett-Packard): Ventured into digital web presses, offering high-speed continuous feed digital presses.
  • Canon: Provides continuous feed digital presses, combining web printing with digital technology.
  • Xerox: Offers continuous feed digital printing presses.
  • Mark Andy: Recognized for label and packaging industry presses, producing tailored web presses.

For anyone considering a web fed press, researching these manufacturers or attending industry trade shows can provide valuable insights into the best fit for your requirements.

At Kitmondo, we ensure you find the perfect machinery solution that’s ideal for your task and friendly on your budget. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, Kitmondo is your trusted partner in the world of used industrial machinery.