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Durst presenting latest innovations at FESPA 2016
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Feb '16
Courtesy: Durst
Courtesy: Durst
Durst will be presenting the latest innovations and developments in large format printing at FESPA Digital 2016 which runs from March 8-11, 2016 in Amsterdam.

The highlight will be the 'Durst Water Technology', with presentations of the Rhotex 500, the first 5-metre dye sublimation printing system on the market for seamless and extra-wide soft signage or fabric applications.

Additionally, the digital printer manufacturer will also present the new WT printer class with the Rho WT 250 HS for sustainable and odour-free advertising media and displays at the POS.

“Following the FESPA textile trend, Durst is showcasing the Alpha 190, a new printing system from its traditional textile printing segment,” a Durst press release stated.

Durst offers one-step pigment inks and automatic material pretreatment to create technological convergence designed to give an easy route for production of home textiles, clothing and upholstery coverings.

“Automation is also the crucial factor in the Durst UV portfolio for further increasing overall system efficiency,” the company said.

“The Rho 1312 AF sets new standards in this context with its feed, alignment and destacking units developed by Durst,” it added.

Durst will be presenting these and other innovations in detail at FESPA Digital 2016 as part of a press conference being held on March 8 at 3 pm in the Press Centre's Amtrium 2 room. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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