Brixen, Italien, 19.09.2018 – Durst, Hersteller von zukunftsweisenden digitalen Druck- und Produktionstechnologien, ist vom 25.-27. September zu Gast auf der Fachpack 2018 in Nürnberg.
Hier präsentiert das Segment Corrugated Packaging & Display Printing sein erfolgreiches Multi-Pass Drucksystem Delta WT 250, das kürzlich mit dem SGIA-Award als bestes, wasserbasiertes Flachbett-Drucksystem ausgezeichnet wurde, nachdem es bereits 2017 den EDP-Award erhielt. Der Delta WT 250 steht für individuelle, hochqualitative und geruchsfreie Drucke in Offsetqualität und weiß mit einem jährlichen Druckvolumen von mehr als 500.000 m2 zu überzeugen. Das ist einzigartig im Markt. Eine optimale Job-Verarbeitung garantiert die neue Durst Workflow-Lösung und präventive Wartungskonzepte die stetige Maschinenbereitschaft. Am Vorabend der Fachpack laden Durst und die Hein Verpackungen GmbH zu einer „Print & Pretzels“ Open-House Veranstaltung ein. Eine Anmeldung für Medienvertreter ist über den folgenden Link möglich: Print & Pretzels 2018.
„Unser jüngstes Segment „Corrugated Packaging & Display Printing“ ist seit zwei Jahren operativ tätig und hat bereits reichlich für Furore gesorgt“, sagt Barbara Schulz, Vice President Global Sales der Durst Group. „Unsere installierte Basis an Multi-Pass Drucksystemen steigt kontinuierlich und unsere Kunden haben sich mit der Durst Water Technology neue Marktchancen erschlossen.“
Rochester, NY – 08/31/2018 - DuraMark Technologies near Indianapolis, IN is focused on durable labels. In fact, their logo itself is cleverly a warning label. When they had a chance to look at replacing a press at their new facility, they looked to Durst.
“We knew that UV technology was ideal for durable labels, and there were several key players in the market.” said Bill Bussick, President & CEO of DuraMark. “When we looked at replacing a press that had been discontinued, we knew we needed a reliable solution that met our customers demanding standards. Durst was our choice.”
Durst will be showcasing the latest developments in UV inkjet technology, web-to-print solutions and more at the upcoming Labelexpo 2018 show in Chicago, September 25-27th, Hall F, Booth # 5901. Moreover, OMET, will be showcasing an inline hybrid solution featuring the X6 technology, and powered by the Durst Tau 330 RSC. Additionally, our focus will be on the power & functionality of the Durst Workflow software, which helps simplify issues with customer files without having to go back to pre-press or Illustrator to make necessary changes.
DuraMark is using the Durst Workflow software to drive both of their Tau 330’s, and have capacity and redundancy to protect and increase their business. “Because we deliver ‘just in time,’ to customers who are using our decals in manufacturing lines, we need to make sure we can give them what they need, when they need it,” said Bob Keck, Vice President of Operations. “We’ve been delighted by working with Durst on this entire project.”
About the Tau 330 Presses
With its proprietary single pass UV inkjet technology, Durst provides the required flexibility to produce fast, efficient and with the highest print quality for the complete range of label & packaging applications. Small, medium, and now long runs are highly profitable with digital systems from Durst. The options are virtually unlimited and open up an enormous potential for new products and services in an ever-changing market.
With Durst continuous innovation of the Tau 330 UV portfolio, users can now rise above the rest and ‘Configure their Digital Future’ – available as stand-alone or an entirely automated production unit with integrated conventional & digital finishing lines, or even as a hybrid configuration with multiple flexo decks.
Standfast & Barracks Encourages Own Customers to Join Wave of Innovation Provided Through Durst
Digital pointer: “Digital gives unlimited opportunities and colour variations,” says Stephen Thomas (right) with Martin Winkler
Brixen, Italy – 06/09/2018 - Digital production now accounts for more than half the business revenues at Standfast & Barracks with customers being encouraged be part of the new wave of innovation provided through Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies.
Less than three years since a devastating flood closed the factory for more than four months, Standfast & Barracks continues to cement its partnership with Durst. It expects 60% of turnover to be from digital production by the start of next year. The cutting-edge technology is also helping to drive export growth that by the end of 2018 will represent 20% of sales, of which half are to the USA.
Standfast & Barracks produces more than 150,000 yards of printed fabric per month. And until five years ago, this was all done by conventional printing. Turnover at £15.4 million is now back at the same levels prior to the flooding, with sales success largely down to digital print production advances. The UK fabric printing company has two Durst Alpha 190 systems, which are part of of a new generation of super high-performance multi-pass printers with the One-Step Greentex P ink.
Standfast & Barracks has now trademarked its innovative direct-to-fabric Greentex pigment printed collection, Ecofast™, which is sustainable and has highest lightfastness in its class. Using the system that allows printing on almost any type of surface, Standfast & Barracks plans to formally launch the new Ecofast™ line at Heimtextil in January 2019. Durst’s technology will enable the company to open up market opportunities in areas such as contract and apparel, including outdoor and roller-blinds.
Standfast & Barracks, with a heritage stretching back almost 100 years, employs 200 people and is one of the most versatile and distinctive printers in the world. It is part of the British luxury furnishings group Walter Greenbank Plc and has an international reputation for a commitment to quality, innovation and advanced technologies.
A perfect example is the Durst Alpha is the Alpha 190, part of the Alpha Series that features different configurations and print widths for industrial printing of fashion garment and apparel, home textiles and upholstery. Durst developed the One-Step Greentex P ink especially for the Alpha Series. The environmentally friendly pigment and the reactive and dispersion inks are based on Durst Water Technology.
Stephen Thomas, Managing Director of Standfast & Barracks, said: “Our order books are definitely growing and we are actively encouraging our customers to do more digital printing, pointing out the many benefits. Our investment in Durst’s digital technology continues to trigger new waves of innovation. Digital gives unlimited opportunities and colour variations with the ability to develop new application and products and continue to develop our business – all with the support of Durst. Digital is by far our biggest growth area. It’s the future.”
Martin Winkler, Segment Manager Durst Textile Printing, said: “Standfast & Barracks is an exceptional example of how innovative companies are pushing the barriers by continue to invest in new digital technologies. We take great pride by working in partnership with our customers to help them to bigger and better things. And we look forward to continuing to work closely with Stephen and his great team to further help them grow opportunities that are virtually unlimited with digital.”
Digital driver: stunning results such as this are being produced on the Durst Alpha 190 systems
The Durst Group has implemented a Repair Center at their branch in Brazil to offer print head maintenance services for the Durst Printing Systems.Guilherme Pogianelli, Operations Manager at Durst do Brasil says, „We help our customers with cost reduction, time reduction and versatility by doing the printhead recovers at our Repair Center“. For more information, visit: www.durst.com.br
The Durst Full Digital Glazing line goes into production
The world’s first installation has been announced
It is a renowned Italian ceramic company to win the first installation of the revolutionary Durst Full Digital Glazing, the completely digital glazing line based on an open system that ensures for the first time a full digital industrial production process. In the large Durst exhibition area at Tecnargilla, in addition to the innovative production system, it showcases numerous industrially produced tiles made by the first customer of the Durst Digital Glaze Single Pass printer. "Full Digital Glazing is the result of several years of intensive research carried out by our laboratories, also in collaboration with world-renowned external partners chosen to develop dedicated glazes and new designs", - explains Norbert von Aufschnaiter, Director of the Ceramics Printing Division at Durst - "This is the first and up to now only solution for a really true digital tile production; an exclusive technology that the market has been waiting for a long time. The announcement of the first installation gives reality to the dream of many ceramic companies, which in addition is fully responding to the standards of Industry 4.0". The heart of the Durst glazing line, the Gamma DG Single Pass printer, which uses the patented Durst Rockjet® print head technology, specifically developed by Durst to handle high viscosity water-based ceramic glazes with large particle sizes over 45 microns. A true revolution that opens up unprecedented scenarios in the development of design that cannot be achieved with traditional glazing systems and alternative digital technologies available to date. Precisely on this topic, the Durst will participate with a speech at the X. Annual ACIMAC Meeting entitled 'Ceramics 4.0: large, digital and sustainable', to be held during the event on September 25.
The Rimini fair will be a truly unique event for Durst: it will also be showcasing two different systems of the Gamma XD Series, recognized as the best ceramic printer in terms of quality, nozzle stability, color consistency, absence of banding, reproduction of details, as well as very low maintenance cost and service needed. Only some of the performance advantages appreciated by Durst customers who have spontaneously released statements made with the names for the "Durst-Tecnargilla Newspaper" that will be distributed by Durst at Tecnargilla. Comments that show the great satisfaction for the performance of this digital technology as also stated by Lance Foxcroft, CEO of Ceramic Industries Limited (South Africa): "Reliability, 24/7 productivity, exceptional image quality and low maintenance costs are the main reasons that led us to focus on the Durst Gamma 108 XD systems to successfully achieve our corporate objectives".
The new ultrawide Gamma 208XD printer is the first to show that, thanks to the numerous advanced features that distinguish the Gamma XD Series, adds the ability to decorate large ceramic tile sizes /slabs up to 200 cm wide. To demonstrate Durst's constant commitment to R & D, another novelty for Tecnargilla visitors: the Durst ColorGATE CMS Durst Edition color management system developed and optimized specifically for the needs and conditions in the ceramic tile production process, able to significantly reduce the number of tests normally required when repeating productions over time due to the normal changes in the process (glaze, firing conditions, etc.).
Thanks to the ability to offer a quick color matching, it is ideal for re-producing the product in smaller lots over time as well as producing the same product in different production locations and/or glazing lines, responding to the current needs for warehouse stock reductions. The Durst system, which already has several installations in the world, can be implemented and operated in all ceramic factories with Durst and Non-Durst digital printers.
The appointment with Durst at Tecnargilla 2018 is in Hall D1 and Stand 155
Durst to showcase innovative UV inkjet single pass printing technology at LabelExpo Americas
The real-time production possibilities state-of-the-art UV inkjet single pass printing technology will be demonstrated by Durst’s new Tau 330 RSC, at Labelexpo Americas, Chicago, Sept. 25 to 27
The real-time production possibilities state-of-the-art UV inkjet single pass printing technology delivers will be demonstrated by Durst’s new Tau 330 RSC, at Labelexpo Americas, Chicago, September 25 to 27, booth 5901.
Among the highlights of the system, that will engage visitors and present business winning opportunities, is its high printing resolution, unmatched printing speed and 8 color printing stations.
The Tau 330 RSC is a UV inkjet label and package printing press featuring 330 mm (13 in.) print width combined with leading edge print speed of up to 78 linear meters/min (245 ft./min) at a resolution of 1200 x 1200 dpi. It runs at 1.485 m2 per hour, and thanks to its 8 color stations (CMYK+W+OVG) with new designed high pigmented inks, it delivers outstanding, flexo-like print quality with close to 95% Pantone color gamut coverage.
In line with Durst’s commitment to helping customers “Configure Your Digital Future”, the Tau 330 RSC is available as stand-alone version or can be configured as “digital – flexo hybrid press” with OMET’s Xflex series of conventional finishing options. The result is unlimited material flexibility for a vast range of applications.
Its configuration options include jumbo unwinder and material pre-treatment options like inline corona, web cleaner, priming as well as post press finishing options like varnishing, cold foil, lamination, die-cutting, slitting and rewinding.
Live demonstrations by the Tau 330 RSC will highlight the range of applications possible. Also on live demonstration will be the Durst powered OMET XJet. Both systems will be distributed by OMET US in North America.
Helmuth Munter, Global Segment Manager for Labels & Package Printing at Durst Group, said: “The Durst Tau 330 RSC has already achieved over 10 successful installations in Europe. Our customers have been very impressed by its print quality, production speed as well as its low variable and total cost of ownership. It is a game-changer and is challenging conventional print technologies that will allow it to become the mainstream technology of label printing in the near future.”
He added: “Small, medium, and now long runs are highly profitable with our digital systems. Thanks to a cost-effective total cost of ownership we provide, the options are virtually unlimited and open up an enormous potential for new products and services in an ever-changing market.”