Solvent printer offered in 4- or 6-color versions.
At this year’s Graphics of America trade show, Nur introduced its new 128-in. Tango solvent printer, aimed at mid-sized print shops. Customers choose between an 8-head, 4-color printer or a 12-head, 6-color (CMYKcm) printer at time of purchase.
Armed with Nur Solvent Inks and Spectra S-class printheads, the Tango provides print resolutions up to 400 dpi for 4-color printers and 800 dpi for 6-color printers.The Tango offers the same print speeds in either the 4- or 6-color version: up to 934 sq ft/hr for outdoor applications in 4-passes, and up to 430 sq ft/hr in high-quality (8-pass) mode. Customers can choose between different print-mode parameters to create a large number of combinations tailored to their needs. Nur reports that outdoor graphics offer a durability of up to 2 yr without coating or lamination.
The printer features an integrated drying system that produces output ready for finishing upon exiting the printer, as well as an integrated mesh mechanism that captures excess ink and allows for simple switches between substrates. Optional equipment includes a choice ofGrandRip+ by Caldera or Wasatch’s SoftRIP and a double-sided printing mechanism for backlit applications.
Price for the Tango: $120,000 to $150,000, depending upon model.
Nur also now offers an Auto-Correction Double-Sided printing option for its Expedio 3200 and 5000 UV-curable roll-to-roll machines. This option includes an on-the-fly auto-correction mechanism, as well as a manual on-the-fly fine-correction mechanism. The company guarantees a front-to-back image deviation of no more than 2 mm on a 25-m long x 3.2-m wide print. The optional feature can be ordered on new printers or as an upgrade to existing units.
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