With the emphasis still on productivity, visitors were able to see Durst Variodrop technology which is the latest development in the highly successful Rho P10 Series of printers. The Rho P10 printers are the first industrial level UV inkjets to feature 10 picolitre ink drops. The new Variodrop technology provides up to 25% increase in output for all the Rho P10 models. It also solves the inherent problems which can jeopardise the quality of printing with greyscale ink technology.
As well as learning about some of the future projects currently in progress at Durst, there was a new ink development entitled “Premium White HD Set” for printing on the Rho P10 Series. This new white ink provides even better coverage whilst maintaining high print speeds.
Michael Lackner, head of marketing for Durst, said: “We are delighted by the response we have received for the event. We were fully subscribed with guests and the response to the programme met with universal approval. Although this was intended as a one-off event, I do believe that it is something that could become an annual part of the Durst calendar.”