Durst composes its own Symphony

February 19, 2018

Last week I covered Durst’s new P5 family of wide format printers and ended with a promise to write about the Symphony software that accompanies these printers as well as the Durst Analytics offering that underpins Durst’s new approach to workflow.

The P5 series gain this new 32ins touchscreen. Note also the ability to hang useful items on the side and the highly reflective design of the new printer.

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Durst launches new P5 wide format series

February 12, 2018

Durst has been showing off its next generation of wide format printers, the P5, which like other Durst printers are hybrid devices that can be configured for rigid or roll to roll media. The first of these printers, the P5 250 HS, is a 2.5m wide printer targeted at high volume industrial production.

The Durst P5 250 HS

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Going beyond wide format

January 2, 2018

On the face of it, wide format inkjet printing does not seem like the most revolutionary print technology around. For a start, we’re mostly talking about reasonably long viewing distances so resolution and image quality isn’t as important as, say, with a label press.

The Durst Alpha production textile printer.

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