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Brixen, Italy - 15.02.2021 - Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, is starting the EU-funded project PREMISE with the Free University of Bozen (unibz). The manufacturer of snowmaking systems, TechnoAlpin, was selected as a further industrial partner. The project, headed by Johann Gamper, Professor and Vice Rector for Research at the Faculty of Computer Science, aims to develop a technical infrastructure with database technologies that enables predictive maintenance measures on production facilities. The project runs until July 2022 and will be extended until the end of 2022 depending on the status.
“In the PREMISE project, we are calculating appropriate algorithms that make predictions about maintenance requirements, including for sub-areas,” says Johann Gamper. “In this project, we can test technologies that we have been researching for years with our industrial partners on the basis of specific case studies and adapt them to specific requirements. We are thus contributing to technology transfer - an important mission of unibz."
"We sell our digital printing systems worldwide and for this reason we equip them with analytics software," says Christian Casazza, Customer Service Director of the Durst Group. "The combination of intelligent sensors and software evaluation for component and machine data forms the basis for predictive maintenance - the detection of error states or the need for service or replacement of spare parts "in advance" so that production can be adjusted accordingly. With the “PREMISE” project, we go one step further and use artificial intelligence methods to make these predictions and interventions before an emergency even more efficient and to be able to apply them even to complex, causal relationships. This is a decisive advantage, especially in times when international traffic is restricted."
Specific sensors are built into Durst printing machines that provide information on the functioning and condition of individual components and parts. To prevent machine downtime, there are specifications and cycles for maintenance, but every printing press has different production-related factors and / or loads that affect productivity and operating times. For this reason, algorithms are required that make predictions when something will happen or maintenance in a sub-area outside the standard will be necessary. All of this serves to increase the machine availability, even in remote production locations, and to minimize or plan production downtimes.
“The PREMISE project is a further component in our vision of a smart factory, where networked infrastructures, intelligent production systems and innovative software enable an automated business process,” says Michael Deflorian, Business Unit Manager Software & Solutions of the Durst Group. “With the predictive maintenance developed in the project Framework and the machine learning techniques used will in future trigger the maintenance of the printing systems independently in order to guarantee predictable and trouble-free operation."
With the installation of the Durst Smart Shop and their new visualization options, bedruckte-tapete.de has pushed the door wide open into the private customer sector. In addition, the Smart Editor helps the company to expand its range of products very easily and quickly at any time.
What the company bedruckte-tapete.de does is essentially already in the company name, although the managing director Regina Waue has significantly expanded the range in recent years. Today, door foils, wall tattoos, kitchen backsplashes and various photo gifts are also part of the range offered by the service provider from Gifhorn in Lower Saxony. Apart from business customers from the range of the building of fairs and the interior decoration also ever more private customers use the offer. In the private sector in particular, a web store is the success factor par excellence, assures Regina Waue, although a web store is also an important instrument for customer loyalty in the B2B sector.
Page-Builder: a modular system for webshops
The company is already successfully using the third generation of the Durst Smart Shop and benefits from the consistent further developments of the solution. At this point, the managing director particularly highlights the functionality of the Page-Builder, which is available in the current version and truly makes the Durst Smart Shop an out-of-the-box store. "The Page-Builder is structured like a modular system. It's very easy to create or adapt new pages via drag-and-drop. This has helped us a lot to optimize the entire web store and here especially to increase the user-friendliness for our customers from the private sector." The project was implemented without external service providers such as web designers or IT specialists, as Regina Waue assures. "With a little graphic flair, you can design a professional webshop with the page builder, and Durst's support was always there to help us with technical questions."
Smart editor with powerful 3D visualization tool
Customers can upload their own images via the integrated Smart Editor and get an idea of how the image will look in the desired size in a predefined environment such as a living room, bathroom or kitchen. This applies to about 90 percent, with the rest drawing on various databases such as Adobe Stock or Pattern Design. The customer defines the format in the Smart Editor, specifies the section of the image or graphic and can place any text. A small but very useful tool in daily practice is the analysis of the image quality. At a glance, the customer can see whether the resolution is sufficient for the selected format or not. Finally, a 3D visualization tool conveys how the product will then look in concrete terms. "With this type of 3D visualization, we can lower the inhibition threshold until the actual order is placed. Since we've been using the new editor, the order rate in our web store has increased noticeably." The introduction of the current version has also expanded the range of photo gifts with printed towels, which are particularly popular with private customers. "Smart Editor gives us the opportunity to easily and quickly launch a test balloon to see how the market reacts to our offer. It's really fun!"
Legal certainty is provided
Printable PDFs are also created directly in the web store, which are then subjected to another visual check and then sent directly to the various printing systems. Of course, administrative tasks such as order confirmations, delivery bills and invoices are also created automatically by the Durst Smart Shop. An important issue that is often not given as much weight in the evaluation phase is legal security.
This aspect, too, was carefully thought out and neatly set up by Durst. The templates are prepared for the necessary legal security and only need to be filled with the appropriate content. All the points listed make the Durst Smart Shop a mature solution from Regina Waue's point of view. "To date, I have not found a comparable solution. User-friendliness for our customers is absolutely paramount with the Durst Smart Shop. This is where you very quickly reach the limits with other solutions."
The strategic investment in a Tau 330 RSC E in 2020 became a game changer for the Brazilian company Megalabel. Originally, their first digital label printer was only intended to ensure cost-effective industrial-scale production at very high quality and speed. And to fill the gap between flexographic printing and short-run digital production. But after a very short time, it was clear that the Tau 330 RSC E would serve Megalabel's production needs perfectly - at significantly lower production costs.
Owner Marcio Romano: "The Tau 330 RSC E made us rethink our flexo production park. Many jobs have already been moved from flexo to digital. Its print quality, a white like silk, the variety of substrates and its "aggressive" speed make the Tau the right choice for many jobs. And the support provided by Durst's Brazilian subsidiary is the icing on the cake. Support from a local partner gives us a clear competitive advantage. When we need help, it's quickly on site!"
Brixen, Italy – 15/01/2021 – A world-famous painting reworked by celebrated Spanish photographer and artist José Manuel Ballester and printed by Durst is the star attraction at a special exhibition. For the first time, a modified Guernica - originally painted by artist Pablo Picasso - has been printed full-size using advanced digital printing and production technologies from Durst.
Mr. Ballester has achieved international recognition for his special art of interpreting famous paintings by eliminating humans and animals. Guernica is a 1937 oil painting on canvas recognized as one of the best-known works of Picasso, who died in 1973. It is regarded by many art critics as one of the most moving and powerful anti-war paintings in history.
Mr. Ballester’s work, “Around Guernica, 2009/2020”, is an emptied version of Picasso’s painting that conveys an updated look at the historical event and human tragedy. It is now a centerpiece at the exhibition, “2020/03/15 José Manuel Ballester”, in the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, showing Bilbao city during the lockdown. The exhibition, which also includes a selection of large-format photographs that reflect Bilbao’s deserted streets and spaces, is open until 21 February 2021.
With "Around Guernica", Ballester adds a new artwork to the project that began more than 10 years ago, when he decided to investigate the architectural and natural spaces that surround the stories of some of the most important works in history, such as "The Meninas" or "The Garden of Earthly Delights". During the lockdown last spring, the artist received special permission to move around the deserted city of Bilbao and capture incredible landscapes and images never seen before.
These images were the first step of a project in collaboration with Estudios Durero and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, which culminated in a photographic exhibition, publication of a book, and the first reproduction and exhibition of "Around Guernica" to the public. In this way, Ballester adds an artwork to the Hidden Spaces project, which includes some of the transcendental and universal themes for the human being. Along with his proposal "May 3, 2008", "Around Guernica, 2009/2020" addresses the nonsense of human violence and wars, but on this occasion, Ballester maintains a "living" element: the flower that was already shown in the original painting, and it symbolizes hope, also for these difficult times that we have had to live.
In this context, The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao approached long-standing Durst customer Estudios Durero, a company that “imagines, creates and develops new forms of graphic production”, to print the reworked Picasso on a unique, hand-woven linen material with special white coating supplied by the museum, especially for the assignment. It had a total dimension of 3.5 x 7.8 meters.
Estudios Durero and Mr. Ballester spent a day in the Customer Experience Center at the Durst headquarters in Brixen, Italy, with the goal to print the Picasso Guernica interpretation on a Durst Rho 512 six-color machine. And they only had one chance – the available material was sufficient for only one print run, which meant no test print on the final material was possible.
"It has been a true honor for us and for Durst to develop this special project together with José Manuel Ballester and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao," said the owner of Estudios Durero, Ander Soriano. “No other company could have done it. In Picasso's original work and in Ballester's reinterpretation, the painting only uses a very wide range of grays and a very high resolution in all its shades, so the print quality must be exceptionally high to offer a true value to its reproduction. And that would have been impossible without the Durst Rho 512 6 C ”.
With reference to Durst, Mr. Ballester said: “In order to launch this project, in this context, we have had many collaborators. Having the best technology to make this possible was a privilege.”
Rafael Carbonell, Managing Director, Durst Iberica, said: “Estudios Durero has been a loyal customer and it was a real honor for Durst to support the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in this special project. When you are printing only black, gray, and white the quality needs to be exceptionally high to give arts its true value.”
Christian Harder, Durst Group’s Head of Graphics, said: “In conjunction with Durst Iberica, we were extremely proud and delighted to welcome Mr. Ballester and Mr. Soriano to our global headquarters where they were able to witness first hand our world-class facilities and technology. The unique linen materials were specially prepared for this art print. In reality that meant one chance, no test printing. And the results speak for themselves. The visitors to the museum exhibition have been amazed at the outstanding print quality.”
Brixen, Italy – 11.12.2020 – Two European Digital Press Association Awards have been awarded to Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies. They were for its Rho 2500 in the Best Flatbed/Hybrid Printer > 250 sqm/h category and the other for Durst Workflow (Best Workflow Technology).
The awards are more recognition of Durst’s innovation as it continues its journey to become a complete solutions provider in line with its “Pixel to Output” strategy. Recent announcements have included the P5 350 High Speed printer, together with Durst “Automat”, and expansion of Workflow, Analytics, automation and ink solutions for printers. The award-winning Durst Workflow is also available for non-Durst printers.
The EDP Technical Committee referenced the increasing importance of software and workflow. It said: “Important is not only the device or software itself, but also the impact of the product on people and users.”
“These awards are another strong reference point and third-party endorsement to what we have achieved through our mission to innovate,” said Manfred Glantschnig, Head of Product Management for Durst Professional Services. “Durst Workflow is part of our world-class software. In an integrated world, we continue to help our customers through complete solutions from hardware, software, inks and collaborations.”
Andrea Riccardi, Durst Group’s Head of Product Management, Graphics Segment, said: “We are proud to have been recognized by the EDP with these awards. We been steadily building our offerings in line with end-to-end thinking for 360-degree business solutions aimed at the Smart Factory concept to streamline production and processes. The Durst Rho 2500 achieved this recognition as a high productivity printer that can be upgraded depending on the volume production capacity required.”
Brixen, Italy – 09.12.2020 – Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, has unveiled a raft of innovations as it continues its journey to become a complete solutions provider in line with its “Pixel to Output” strategy. Central is the P5 350 High Speed printer – together with the Durst “Automat” ™ a new full automation system, enhanced Durst software, a full LED ink portfolio and partnerships.
Launched in a virtual event, “Firework of Innovations”, the P5 350 HS is the newest family member from the P5 technology platform with Durst Automat, the fully automated inline solution that makes production processes far more versatile and efficient for customers. The Durst Workflow is now available for non-Durst printers, following the announcement of a partnership with PrintFactory, which superior API software enables an easy management of mixed print environments. In line with its strategy, Durst has expanded its offer with Workflow, Analytics, automation and ink solutions for printers to deliver complete solutions from Pixel to Output.
The new Durst P5 350 HS can print at over 600 sqm per hour, which is twice the speed of the Durst P5 350 standard model, thus being the most productive hybrid printer in the market. Additionally, thanks to the same unique features that made the P5 350 successful, such as the multiroll and the multitrack 6 option, the new model retains the level of high versatility. It can be configured with up to nine color channels including light colors and white, and varnish for special multilayer printing applications such as “Day&Night”, “In&Out”, and up to 12 layers hapt-printing.
The high versatility is maintained also in combination with Durst Automat, the new fully automated board feeding and stacking system, which can manage up to two lanes, also with different board sizes up to 3.5 m width (137.8 inch) and 2.2 m (86.6 inch) length and has a loading capacity of 90 cm (35.5 inch).
Thanks to its sliding registration tables, a comfortable access to the roll tool enables a fast material change operated by only one single operator.
Installations of the Durst P5 350 HS – combined with Durst Automat – will start from the end of Q1 in 2021. Durst Workflow is a browser-based data management handling system that includes pre-press functionalisity as well as the ripping. The proven workflow for PDF toolbox, color management and rip engine ensures highest quality and ink cost optimization.
At the Firework of Innovations event, Durst also announced the introduction of the new POP Flexible LED Ink. This has impressive color gamut, unmatched combination of flexibility, stackability and adhesion. It is a best-in-class hybrid ink suitable for a wide variety of roll-to-roll and board media. Another future-proof ink that can be loaded into Durst’s full portfolio of LED printers.
Durst has been steadily building its workflow offerings in line with its end-to-end thinking for 360-degree business solutions aimed at the Smart Factory concept to streamline production and processes. Durst Smart Shop, Workflow, Analytics, Lift ERP – and now Durst Automat – are all pushing the boundaries of automation and innovation. All are backed by consultancy and seamless integration provided through Durst Professional Services.
Christian Harder, Durst Group’s Global Sales Director, Graphics Segment, said: “The launch of our latest family Durst P5 member, the P5 350 HS, is an important statement of our firm commitment to continue to be at the forefront of innovation in the large format market. It’s among a raft of innovations that we have unveiled to the market as part of our Pixel to Output strategy. Customers are demanding all-in-one solutions, which we provide as we move towards becoming a complete solution provider. In an integrated world, printers need to change as well. And we’ll help them on that journey through hardware, software, inks and collaborations.”
Christoph Gamper, Durst Group CEO and Co-Owner, said: “We’re looking forward to the future. I am confident that in 2021 the economy will recover and, in some fields, be even stronger than before. So we will continue what we do best: innovating with passion. In 2019, we launched the P5 platform and we now have more than 100 systems around the globe. This is a great achievement, so a big thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of our customers, partners and our great Durst team members across the world.”
PrintFactory announces a key partnership with Durst, which will now be using the PrintFactory API to provide customers in mixed print environments with superior workflow software.
Durst has a reputation for being the unrivaled technology leader in digital large format printing. Quality and reliability are its cornerstones. With the Pixel to Output strategy, Durst expanded its offer with software solutions for printers to deliver complete solutions from Pixel to Output.
PrintFactory’s color management technology and high-speed, XML-centric RIP will be pivotal in ensuring an even wider audience can take advantage of those Durst characteristics.
PrintFactory’s RIP-based software connects multi-manufacturer environments seamlessly. The suite of workflow software supports over 2,000 printers and cutters, and delivers an Editor, Calibrator, and premium Layout tool alongside the API-integrated RIP.
Erik Strik, CEO of Aurelon (the team behind PrintFactory): “This is a great partnership for us as it confirms our focus on color quality is the right direction.” With PrintFactory’s VISU color engine as a part of the workflow, Durst operators can be confident of not only reducing the time spent achieving color consistency, but also in reducing ink and media costs.
Michael Deflorian, Business Development Manager Durst Professional Services: “We’ve been looking for workflow-based software that has a robust, scalable API and allows Durst Workflow users to drive printers of other manufacturers with the same software – it’s not just about having a smooth workflow, it’s about finding affordable software and hardware that can support a growing business. Our customers choose Durst for the long-term. Software that we recommend has to deliver on a promise of quality and reliability, and PrintFactory meets that criteria.”
The partnership between Durst and PrintFactory delivers a tight integration between the workflow products. This means more customers can choose Durst printers to work alongside their existing devices – there’s no need to manage print jobs via different systems. The Durst software ECO system digitizes the e-commerce, prepress and print process. All products offer a browser based interface for maximum flexibility and an interface to share data with other software solutions.
In general, PrintFactory software is delivered via a network of distributors, worldwide: it delivers on increased productivity, guarantees lower ink costs with no detriment to print quality, improves margins thanks to reduced waste media, and ensures consistent color, time after time. The company’s partnerships with device manufacturers bodes well for not only standard markets, but also for industrial scale operations.
The history of the Amonn family business began in 1802 with the opening of a general store in Bolzano. Since then 7 generations have developed and each of them opened up new business areas. The collaboration with Durst already began in the 1930s when Amonn acquired two Durst Laborator for the mass production of postcards. For more than 20 years now, Amonn Print has been producing labels and packaging, and since 2019 also digitally. After a thorough demand analysis, the management opt for the Durst Tau 330 RSC E digital label printer. Thanks to the RSC technology, its color consistency and speed, and the simplicity of digital production, Amonn Print is now 70% digital.
Brixen, Italy - 10/21/2020 - Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, announced today that Durst and Vanguard won a combined seven (7) 2020 Product of the Year awards. The most in the history of the company, and a reflection of the new combined Durst Group organization product depth and reach.
“The PRINTING United Awards together with our acquisition of Vanguard and our investment in LiftERP further confirm the Durst Group as a powerhouse in the US Graphics Industry”, said Christoph Gamper, CEO and co-owner of the Durst Group. “We look forward to offering the new expanded portfolio worldwide in 2021 and further expanding our leading position in the global LFP market.”
The following products won 2020 Product of the Year:
Tim Saur, President of Durst North America stated, “As a Durst Group we essentially won in every price segment available to print providers in the market.” He continued, “Through the talent of our incredible engineering group in Europe, and the design capability of the entire Vanguard team in Atlanta, it is no surprise to me we won so many product awards.”
PRINTING United Alliance brings together companies from all over the world in the specialty imaging and print industry. This annual competition showcases the highest quality machines and most innovative advances within the wide format color printing industry.
Brixen, Italy - 10/8/2020 - Durst, leading manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, is responding to the COVID pandemic with another initiative. As early as April, during the lockdown, Durst had started the production of community masks as a first preventive measure, now Durst is stepping up its efforts and presenting an innovative solution for reducing the viral load in indoor environments, the Durst UVC-R Air Disinfection System.
The new normality that shapes our private and professional life is determined by masks, distance rules and disinfectants. This situation will not change in the short or medium term. Even if there will be a vaccine against COVID-19, new types of viruses and mutations will most likely occur. Therefore, over the last few months, Durst has put its expertise in the laboratories, in production, in UV technology, in flow simulations and in the safety guidelines together, to bring a piece of quality of life back to the new normality, with the Durst UVC-R Air Disinfection System.
In the Durst Labs, the main transmission paths and descent rates of droplets and aerosols that transport virus-containing liquid particles were analyzed, as well as the effectiveness of countermeasures with continuous air exchange and UV irradiation. The solution: Durst UVC-R combines both air exchange and UV irradiation in one system, effectively reducing infectious aerosols, viruses and germs in indoor environments. Through an antiviral membrane, the room air is led into a closed system and irradiated with UV-C light.
The disinfected air is continuously released back into the room through an air outlet.
Special features of the Durst UVC-R
"We checked the efficiency of the UV-C sources in our laboratories and analyzed the ideal exposure time and volumetric flow". says Christoph Gamper, CEO and co-owner of the Durst Group. “An external laboratory for medical technology and disinfectants in Germany is currently in the process of verifying our results. At the same time, the efficiency of the Durst UVC-R is tested in real mode with "pseudoviruses" or so-called bacteriophages.
Efficiency Durst UVC-R
The Durst UVC-R’s center disinfection zone measures 4 x 4 x 2.5 meters. However, Durst points out that no specific statements about square meters or volume size can be given as a general answer in terms of efficiency, as the efficiency depends on many factors such as temperature, air flows in the room, ceiling height, number of people, etc.
Therfore Durst gives the following example for the efficiency: 4 people sit at a table and are surrounded by a volume of 8 m3. Each person inhales and exhales about 0.5 m3 of air per hour, a total of 2 m3. Durst UVC-R disinfects 12.5 times this volume or 25 m3 in 15 minutes and 50 times the breathing volume of 4 people or 100 m3 in one hour.
If the UVC-R is placed in a larger room, a constant mixing of the room air around the disinfection center is taking place, which means that by the permanent release of purified air the viral load is reduced even outside the central zone.
"We see in Durst UVC-R not only a preventive measure to reduce the viral loads," Christoph Gamper. “Together with the South Tyrolean industrial designer Christian Zanzotti we have developed portfolio, that can harmoniously be integrated into many interior concepts. Furthermore, the anti-viral coated membrane can be personalized with our digital printing systems."
Durst offers the 1st series of the UVC-R as a Limited Edition for pre-order on www.durst-group.com/uvcr. Within the next weeks the entire UVC-R portfolio will be available in a webshop. Start of delivery of the 1st series is planned for early December. The UVC-R systems can be viewed at the Durst headquarters in Brixen, South Tyrol/Italy. To make an appointment, please send an email to: email@example.com.
Brixen, Italy - 10/01/2020 - Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, is strengthening its position in the US Graphics Industry with the acquisition of a majority stake in Vanguard Digital Printing Systems, headquartered in Lawrenceville, Georgia/USA.
Vanguard Digital is a leading manufacturer of printing systems for the signage, decoration, corporate, industrial and packaging sectors. With the acquisition, Durst adds new printer classes to its large format portfolio, while Vanguard now has a global distribution and service network and technical resources to continue developing robust solutions.
"Vanguard Digital Printing Systems is a rapidly growing and very successful company in a customer segment in which we are currently not active," said Tim Saur, President of Durst North America. "Through the combination of high-quality products, a strong management team and absolute customer orientation, both companies are a perfect match."
As part of the agreement, the new company will operate as Vanguard Durst Digital Printing Systems with effect from October 1, 2020. David Cich remains CEO while Jim Peterson continues to serve as Vice President of Sales.
“It is with great humbleness and excitement that Vanguard Digital will now be a part of the world class industry leading Durst Group,” said David Cich, CEO of Vanguard Digital Printing Systems. “Becoming part of the Durst Group Family, provides Vanguard Digital the opportunity to expand its portfolio of innovative market leading UV Printers to the entire world."
"Vanguard's printing systems have rightly achieved rapid growth and high customer acceptance in the North American market," said Christoph Gamper, CEO and co-owner of the Durst Group. “Despite the global pandemic, we are positioning ourselves for the long term and are determined to invest in the large-format graphics market. In addition, with our technical expertise, Vanguard will continue to ensure that its products and services are industry-leading and a wider customer base will understand what it is like to be part of the Durst family."
Bressanone, Italie, 28/09/2020 - Durst va célébrer une étape importante : la 100e installation de sa plateforme Tau RSC, largement adoptée par le marché en seulement deux années.
Au cours des prochaines semaines, un important fabricant d’étiquettes en Europe aura l’honneur de devenir le 100e possesseur d’une presse étiquettes jet d’encre UV mono-passe Tau 330 RSC de Durst. La machine lui permettra bientôt de produire des étiquettes de haute qualité avec une productivité et un temps de fonctionnement inégalés.
Présentée pour la première fois à Labelexpo 2017 à Bruxelles, la Tau 330 RSC a suscité un énorme intérêt. Les visiteurs et les concurrents ont été surpris par ce que la technologie RSC de Durst promettait en termes de qualité d’impression et de productivité, avec une résolution de 1200x1200 dpi et une vitesse d’impression de 80 mètres linéaires/heure avec toutes les couleurs.
Neuf mois plus tard et après un test bêta réussi de cette nouvelle technologie d’impression très innovante, Durst a commencé à livrer les premières presses Tau 330 RSC. Depuis lors, un nombre croissant de petits, moyens et grands fabricants d’étiquettes ont opté pour la nouvelle plateforme de référence en matière d’impression à jet d’encre UV : une Tau 330 RSC de Durst, sa variante plus évolutive, la Tau 330 RSC E, ou la nouvelle Tau RSCi.
Depuis le milieu de cette année, Durst a poursuivi les installations avec les premières presses d’étiquettes Tau RSCi 330 / 420 / 510, qui viennent compléter la gamme de presses de la plateforme Tau RSC de Durst.
Helmuth Munter, responsable du segment Label & Flexible Packaging chez Durst, a déclaré : « Introduites il y a seulement deux ans, la Tau 330 RSC et la Tau 330 RSC E ont établi un nouveau standard en matière d’impression d’étiquettes. Avec maintenant 100 installations dans le monde entier, nous nous sentons honorés par la confiance que nos utilisateurs satisfaits de leur Tau RSC ont en Durst. Nous sommes confiants et les retours positifs de nos clients confirment que notre plateforme Tau RSC actualisée continuera de servir de référence pour l’avenir de l’impression industrielle numérique jet d’encre dans le secteur des étiquettes et de l’emballage. »