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In the recent customer survey, “Perspective 2020”, Durst’s customers indicated that, in addition to technological innovation, customer integration has a particular relevance in working together to achieve commercial success. One example of what this type of commercial success can look like is illustrated by the development of roll-to-roll double-sided printing, which is available as a new option for the Rho flatbed printing systems. 

Pure Innovations Ltd, based in West Yorkshire, is using Easy Dot as its in-house digital substrate.

French-based wide format printer, SDPS Poinçon, has seen a boost in quality and productivity after investing in an Onset X2 from Fujifilm – its third Onset wide format inkjet platform investment in four years.

Buying top quality graphics production equipment and consumables just became much more rewarding. Thanks to the new CSAF finance initiative from CMYUK, the UK’s leading independent supplier of digital print technology and materials, customers can now potentially save tens of thousands of pounds over the duration of their equipment finance contract.

The immense productivity of a Durst ‘workhorse’ is saving 6,000 man hours a year alone for Gardners, one of the UK’s largest superwide commercial printers in the UK.

When it was first announced at drupa 2016, the Acuity LED 3200R UV inkjet printer caught the eye of Graphics Works Director Peter Barham, and in December 2016 his company became the first in Europe to install this ultra-high quality 3.2 metre wide roll-to-roll printer.

When Ian Hatfield broke his ankle, the Director of Graphics4 Business (G4B) Ltd was confined to working from home. However, like any business owner whose thoughts are never far away from work, the downtime was used to evaluate the business, the industry and the opportunities for a PoS, exhibition and signage business. The result was the purchase of a DYSS X5 digital cutting table from AG/CAD.

When Impact Design & Print Ltd bought an Arizona 'direct-to-board' flatbed digital printer to complement its four HP latex printers, the company soon realised that the cutting and finishing of print jobs was proving to be a major bottleneck However, the arrival of a DYSS X7-1630C digital cutter from AG/CAD soon alleviated the issue for the 20 year old Basingstoke business.