Durst to exhibit with Printronics at Labelexpo India -stand N18

Durst and Printronic’s combined expertise at Labelexpo India


Durst and Indian partner Printronics will present Tau 330 RSC high speed, UV inkjet label press and the new OMET Xjet press, powered by Durst at its stand N18 at Labelexpo India 2018 in Greater Noida from 22-25 November.

Printers at Labelexpo India will get a chance to know more about the growing importance of inkjet technology. The Durst Tau 330 RSC has a high printing resolution of 1200 x 1200 dpi, with an unmatched printing speed of 78 linear meters/min (245 ft./min) and has 8 color printing stations for high panton color coverage.

A wide array of samples printed on the machine will be available at the Durst/Printronics booth at Labelexpo India. Another highlight will be discussions on the OMET XJet digital-flexo hybrid printing press that combines the Durst Tau RSC technology with OMET’s XFlex series of finishing options.

Helmuth Munter, segment manager, at Durst global for labels and print packaging said, “Labelexpo India is an important platform for us to show how our knowledge market expertise provides increased value for customers and accelerates the digitization of the label and packaging market. Together with our partner Printronics, we look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand who will be able to know more about this inkjet technology”.

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