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SuperGraphics Purchases Industry-leading Durst P5 350

Press release from the issuing company

Today, SuperGraphics, a Seattle based large format print company, announces the addition of a the Durst P5 350 to their industry-leading press line-up. 

The Durst P5 350 press is a hybrid large format UV LED Inkjet press that prints both rigid substrates (sheets) and roll materials up to 3.5 meters wide (137?). The P5 350 boasts an impressive list of awards, including the (EDP) European Digital Press Association Award for 2019.

Durst has created a new standard in production flexibility, and versatility and the SuperGraphics team is happy to have it on board. The P5 350 brings expanded roll capabilities such as dual-roll, single and double-sided printing, fast media changes, and technological flexibility,

It delivers state of the art functionality as a rigid press, including independent board feeding sensors, automatic media thickness detection, and prints white ink when required. The press is equipped with Durst Print Workflow software and exclusive Durst Analytics, thereby offering enhanced production efficiency.

“We are excited to have SuperGraphics become the latest company to invest in the P5 350. They have a strong presence in the Pacific Northwest and will continue to build our market momentum around this product”, said Larry D’Amico, Durst Sales Director, North America.

SuperGraphics sees the ultramodern Durst P5 350 as an enhanced service platform to meet its clients' diverse needs. SuperGraphics President Reid Baker states: "The P5 350 increases our capacity and flexibility to say yes to client's lead-times, diverse graphics needs, and creativity while also delivering unparalleled quality. We see this as another tool that keeps SuperGraphics at the forefront of large format print innovation."

The Durst P5 350 joins the SuperGraphics press line-up.

For more information, please contact Stephanie Kravagna at: [email protected]om and visit: www.supergraphics.com.

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