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Durst – Versacolor invests in a second digital label press

Brasilian printer Versacolor has bought its second digital label press, a Durst Tau 330 (Source: Durst)

BRASIL • The graphic printing company from Sao Paolo, Versacolor, has acquired its second digital label press, a Durst Tau 330e. The digital UV inkjet label press is set to provide advantages to customers with the deployment of high pigmented inks and an increased productivity at a low production costs.

The new Durst press offers Versacolor the differentiation that the company is looking for, due to the integrated process of digital printing with UV inks, high speed and lower costs compared to other solutions. Fabio also highlights the fact that the Tau 330E printing technology does not require any kind of special treatment on substrates and has an in-line corona system and high-definition print quality. “In addition to these added values, we will have quality and performance with lower costs for consumables,” he points out.

According to Fabio Rodrigo Moreno, owner of Versacolor, investments in cutting-edge technology and financial balance are crucial to remain competitive in a diversified market, such as in the self-adhesive labels segment. According to Moreno, “the global trend goes towards digital” and it will be more and more relevant to “to speed up delivery times, to print in high resolution and to use laser finishing.”

Targeted for small and medium companies in the label segment, The Tau 330 E prints with up to five colours (CMYK + W), a speed of up to 48 m/min (157 fpm) and a resolution of up to 1260 dpi.

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Rosina Obermayer

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