Summa has announced the DC5 and DC5sx, the company’s next generation thermal transfer printer-cutters for sign making and display graphics. The new DC5 features an array of enhancements designed to increase connectivity, productivity and ease-of-use. Variable media width selections allow for printing on a wide range of materials and sizes. Multiple printer output is available via USB and up to four Summa printers can be connected and managed by a single computer.
The DC5 also supports Ethernet, which opens up networking and high speed job data handling options. State-of-the-art mainboard technology, driven by a processor which is now seven times faster, makes DC5 capable of arranging and multi-tasking jobs between printers. Most strikingly, the user interface has been completely redesigned to accommodate a vivid color touch-sensitive display combined with an equally friendly high speed RIP software program.
The new Summa DC5 is available in both 30 and 54 inch widths.
USA Base Unit Retail Price starting from $12,995.