Wolverine Flexographic was founded in May, 1945 by Richard Nagel and has been providing the printing industry American manufactured Flexographic Printing Presses ever since.

Wolverine Flexographic has been awarded two trademarks from the United States Patent Office Principal Registry – Trademark for the use of: #561,066 Hydro Printer and #654,107 Cub Printer, presses that have unique design and operational qualities developed by and manufactured by Wolverine Flexographic.

Wolverine Flexographic has been awarded three patents by the United States Patent Office:

Wolverine presses have been designed to provide long-term trouble free performance and easy change operation. All Wolverine presses have the following features:

  • Custom equipped to your company’s specifications from standard component parts.
  • Complete Interchangeability of parts between similar presses for example:HLRW Series 4 or 6 color stack press parts are interchangeable with CI-RE (Central Impression) series 4 or 6 color presses. CLRE stack series press parts interchange with CI-CL 4 color Central Impression cylinder presses.
  • Patented 360-degree register control on all color stations. Allows for quick registration adjustment during set-up.
  • Interchangeability of all plate cylinders, anilox rollers and rubber ink rollers between the same width Central Impression and Stack presses.
  • “Building Block” construction of all stack presses lets you modify; add-on color stations, or convert existing presses to handle new printing jobs.
  • Standardization of products offers a quality press at a reasonable cost with the advantages of continuing operational economy of scale.
  • A complete line of presses in standard widths of 12” (305 mm) to 87” (2210 mm) in 1 to 6 colors and extra-wide widths up to 150” (3810 mm) in 1 or 2 colors.

American Made
Standard Components

Presses That Perform Day after Day