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B&H Print Engineers Ltd.

Unit 8, Harley Industrial Park Paxton Hill, St. Neots Cambs, PE19 6TA St. Neots, Huntingdon
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Telephone +44 1480 474705
Fax +44 1480 474706


  •   Hall 6 / D79

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  post press / converting / packaging
  • 03.01  Bookbinding machines and print finishing machines
  • 03.01.335  Hot foil stamping machines

Our products

Product category: Hot foil stamping machines


The foil cutter incorporates a circular knife, single phase motor, quick release chuck and an optional extra is a rewind facility. This will enable the user to rewind from a 1" core ( 25mm ) to a 5/8th " core ( 16mm ).

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Product category: Hot foil stamping machines

TYM-1050-H Automatic foil stamping &die-cutting machine

Longitudinal and lateral foil stamping devices are equipped, which make foil stamping process more reasonable.
The longitudinal foil-delivering unit can be pulled out when you install the foil, convenient for operation.
Manual Foil-stringing device is used to improves the work efficiency.
Foil stamping steel plate adopts side-press locating structure, which improves the accuracy of repeat locating.
Pneumatic plate-locking device is equipped which improves the extent of automation.

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Product category: Hot foil stamping machines


This machine has a history of being a very strong and durable machine. It adapts itself naturally to a large format foiling machine, incorporating a Spiess stream feeder and pallet delivery.

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About us

Company details

The machines we specialise in rebuilding and converting are considered to be the best made and most durable machines on the market, and are ideal for conversion to hot foil printing. Our engineering facilities allow us to manufacture our own parts and components which match the original manufacturer's exacting specifications.
We offer rebuilds on these machines to stage 1 or stage 2, and a detailed schedule for each stage can be viewed under "Rebuilds"

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