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.
EFI has launched new F4 versions of two of its Vutek wide format printers – the HS125 F4 and HS100 – which have been reconfigured for dual CMYK set-up. Continue reading “EFI offers faster F4 Vuteks”
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.
Agfa has launched a new budget wide format printer, the Anapurna H1650i LED, at the C!Print show in France. Continue reading “Agfa releases new Anapurna H1650i LED”
Caldera has updated its wide format RIP, releasing v11.2 at this week’s C!Print show in France. The new features include options for backlits as well as tweaks to colour handling. Continue reading “Caldera updates wide format RIP”
Fujifilm has announced a new wide format printer, the Acuity LED 1600R, designed for roll to roll printing, and which appears to be a cheaper alternative to its existing Acuity LED 1600 II hybrid model. Continue reading “Fujifilm to offer budget LED 1600 wide format”
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.
Icon Graphics, based in Milton Keynes, has become the first UK wide format printer to install Durst’s Rho P10 250HS PLUS 6C + W hybrid wide format printer. Continue reading “Icon scores UK first with Durst”