New Durst P5 printing systems, modular software solutions for large-format
May 22, 2019 By PrintAction Staff
Durst has launched the P5 350 and P5 210 new printing systems for large-format specialists based on the P5 technology platform.
At FESPA 2019, Durst also presented the P5 250 HS printing system, unveiled in 2018 and now further developed. In addition to the new printing systems, Durst introduced its own modular software solutions – Durst Workflow, Durst Analytics and Durst Smart Shop – to provide customers with an automated production unit from ‘pixel to output.’ The offering is completed by consulting, training and integration services of Durst Professional Services.
With P5 350 (print width up to 3.5 metres) and P5 210 (print width up to 2.1 metres), Durst is expanding its P5 portfolio with two new hybrid solutions. The new printing systems can print on both roll media and boards, the company explains. With a multi-roll option for the P5 350/210, users can even load rolls during printing to help reduce setup times and increase efficiency. The printing systems are equipped with LED technology and are supplied with integrated Durst Workflow Print software and the monitoring tool Durst Analytics. Both print systems deliver print quality of up to 1200 dpi, multi-track options for up to six parallel boards, automatic media width and thickness detection, foldable and smooth-running roller tables and an ink refill system. Both printing systems can be equipped with peripheral systems for 3/4 automation or full automation.
With the further development of the HS-Series, the P5 portfolio offers two industrial printing systems with print widths of up to 2.5 metres. The P5 250 HS and P5 200 HS feature MEMS printhead technology and achieve with 5pl print quality at print speeds of up to 600 m²/h. The printing systems can also print on roll media and boards and also enable sensor-controlled double-sided printing on roll media. The printing systems are also supplied with the integrated Durst Workflow Print software and the monitoring tool Durst Analytics. In addition of up to 1,200 dpi print quality, the printing systems offer dual-track options for boards and can be equipped with peripheral systems for 3/4 automation or full automation.
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