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Durst targets textile audience at ITMA

Digital print and production technologies provider Durst used this year’s edition of ITMA to demonstrate to members of the textile print market how its solutions can help them win new business.

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Durst’s new Alpha Series 5 190 and 330 printing systems turned heads at ITMA 2019

Headlining the Durst stand in Gran Via, Spain was the new Alpha Series 5 190 and 330 printing systems, which was unveiled for the first time at the event.

Durst’s Alpha Series 5 printers are all equipped with the new Durst Workflow Print and the monitoring tool Durst Analytics, which the manufacturer says allows the machines to become a production unit from day one.

The Alpha 190 / 330 Series 5 with SuperMultipass also provides 30% better performance than comparable systems, according to Durst.

Our growing number of customers make savings in colouring inks and water consumption, as well as in production costs and delivery times

Martin Winkler, segment manager for textile printing at Durst, says: “The fabrics, soft signage and textile markets support fast turnaround short runs and sustainability using digital technology.

“Our growing number of customers make savings in colouring inks and water consumption, as well as in production costs and delivery times.”

ITMA 2019 ran from June 20th to 26th at Fira de Barcelona.

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