Durst will be exhibiting at the all-new Printing United Show, October 23-25, 2019 at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas, TX.
If you work in the graphics print industry, you have likely seen the increase in demand for printing on corrugated.
As technology continues to evolve and progress, the print industry is seeing a significant shift from traditional methods of operation.
The Durst P5 Series for large-format digital printing was introduced earlier this year, leading the next generation technology in large-format digital printing.
Durst has been a supplier of digital printers to the corrugated industry since 2005.
Water technology printing systems offer the ability to use water-based inks as a sustainable alternative to conventional printing systems.
Simply adopting a technology on the shop floor is no longer enough – it’s vital to maximize your investment in digital printing equipment.
Sustainability has two definitions, but one predominantly takes space in our minds, and that is the “avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.” While not inaccurate, in the industrial printing sector, the alternative definition of sustainability is equally important to practice and maintain and that is “the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level.”
At a macro level, food packaging is subject to extensive regulation, with risks in mind of food contamination, spoilage, foreign objects, and more.
Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies, is successfully continuing the roadmap set for its business segment Durst Corrugated Packaging & Display Printing, which it established in 2016.