PraGnant XS-E Gold Blocker
The PraGnant XS gold blocker is a manual foil-blocking press for one-off titles and name stampings and
was specifically designed for craft binders. The typeholders are self-centering which qualifies the PraGnant
XS to be used wherever frequently changing titles or names have to be stamped.
The book case (or other stamping products) is placed upright into the machine so that the gold blocking process may
be observed all the time and - if necessary - be corrected or repeated. Expensive faulty blockings are therefore
The good view onto the product makes the machine also suitable for other individual works (gilding, gold
blocking ornaments etc.).
The PraGnant XS-E gold blocker may be used in any bindery, in arts and craft as well as in copyshops. The
quick change of type as well as the easy handling of the machine and its accuracy allow high quality stampings.
The standard version of the PraGnant XS is the PraGnant XS-E. It is equipped with an electrically heated,
self-centering typehol- der with 90 mm width and a thermostat to control the temperature of the typeholder.
Standard delivery also includes 1 angle plate support, 30 mm to stamp on ready books, 1 small magnet to hold the
Dimensions: Stamping table: H300 x W200 mm
ca. H43 x D36 x W25 cm inclination of table adjustable, with
Weight: approx. 24 kgs adjustable support and lateral scales
Power supply Pressure: approx. 250 kp by means of a knee lever.
(Type XS-E only)
230 Volt (A.C.) Subject to technical alteration.
PräGnant XS-E - manual blocking press
with electrically heated typeholder
for one-off titles and name embossings
Tilting table 300 x 200 mm
Adjustable support by lateral scales
Pressure: ca. 250 kp
230 V (A.C.)
Item number 9002-002
Price £1570.00 shipping €120.00 to UK
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