Durst seeks to reach more label manufacturers with the launch of the Tau 330 RSC E
Durst, manufacturer of advanced production and digital printing technologies, launches the single pass UV inkjet printer, Tau 330 RSC E. A team designed for medium-sized companies in the label production sector to make the leap to digital.
The Tau 330 RSC E is a mid-range machine, which allows its extension on site to the high-end model, Tau 330 RSC (which can be equipped with 8 colors and offers an exceptional speed of 78 m / min).
In line with Durst’s motto “Set up your digital future now”, the machine is available in 330 or 244 mm print widths, and in 4 colors or 4 colors plus white in full speed mode.
In addition, the Tau RSC E has the advantages of Durst’s innovative RSC technology. Its native resolution of 1200 x 1200 dpi, combined with a drop size of only 2 pl, provides image quality similar to offset.
It offers a productivity of 1020 m² / h thanks to a printing speed of 52 m lin / min in full color, white included. Highly pigmented inks allow consumption to be reduced by up to 20% compared to other ink configurations, which significantly reduces operating costs.
The new machine supports all the accessories of the Tau 330 RSC model, such as refrigerated rollers, the variable data printing module or the Jumbo external winding machines for giant coils. Likewise, it prints at 52 m / min and supports up to 8 color stations (CMYK, white, orange, violet and green). It also includes the Durst Workflow Label label pre-printing software, fast, useful and very intuitive.
Helmuth Munter, Segment Manager of Durst for the labels & package printing division, summarizes the launch: “When developing the Durst Tau 330 RSC E, we paid special attention to making the printer expandable and flexible. Thus, this model meets the versatility offered by the concept of ‘RSC’ printers and is within the reach of a greater number of label manufacturers. We are very happy for the opportunities that this balanced model will provide to many more companies. The digital printing of labels by injection of UV ink is already here. ”