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NUR Macroprinters Introduces New Products and Features at SGIA 2006 in Las Vegas, USA

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

SGIA 2006 LOD, Israel--Sept. 26, 2006-- NUR Macroprinters, a leading supplier of wide-format inkjet production printers, will introduce multiple new presses and enhancements to existing presses, across all product lines. The new NUR Tempo(TM) Q, a flatbed UV-inkjet press with print resolution up to true 1080 dpi, will be presented in NUR's Booth# 4600 at the SGIA Expo 2006, September 26 - 29, 2006, Las Vegas, USA. In addition to the NUR Tempo Q, the company will present in the booth the NUR Expedio 5000, a 16.6 ft super-wide, roll fed inkjet production press and the Expedio 3200 a 3.2m (10.5 ft) versatile, roll fed inkjet production press. NUR will also introduce new products and enhancements for its product line: a Flatbed add-on module for NUR Expedio(TM) 3200 roll-to-roll press, that makes it the most affordable production flatbed press in the market, and the NUR Fresco(TM) III press, a new, high speed and improved quality version of the popular NUR Fresco solvent-ink based production press, with speeds up to 1,550 sq.ft (144 sq.m) /hr. NUR will also introduce the new On-press Automated Color Management tool (ACM), a new on-press ACM tool that streamlines the process of building ICC color profiles on NUR presses, thus improving customer's productivity. "I am proud to say that in this years' SGIA, as in previous years, all of the new products and enhancements we will present have backward compatibility to allow customers to upgrade existing presses to the new models' level of performance, thus protecting their investments," says Nachum Korman, President NUR America. "Each of our existing presses is commercially proven in the market, with over 3 years of UV experience," added Korman. All graphics for NUR's booth have been produced on the NUR Tempo II and NUR Expedio 3200 printing presses, while the photography being used in the booth has been provided by photographer Chris Stein from New York City (www.chrissteinphotography.com).

 

 

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