Durst Reveals Water Technology for Corrugated Printing

A 98-inch machine with odorless ink.

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Durst has launched the Delta WT 250, a new generation of printers for printing corrugated packaging and displays. The series employs the company’s Water Technology inks, which are reportedly free of hazardous chemicals and will comply with strict health and safety regulations.
 

Features include recirculating Durst Quadro Arra printheads. The ink is fixed, dried, and sealed in one integrated process. Users can print up to 6 colors, including spot varnish and white, up to 98.4 x 126 in. Durst reports the machine can print up to 45 98.4 x 63-in. sheets/hr in volume production mode. Max. resolution is 1000 dpi.
 

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