NUR America Showcases Salsa Ultima 1500 at DPI in Atlanta
Press release from the issuing company
Atlanta, GA; April 5, 2001 - NUR America, Inc. has joined forces with Avery Dennison, DuPont, and the Hunt Corporation as a participant in a "total digital solutions" pavilion-type showcase in booth #628 on the show floor of DPI 2001, the Digital Printing Industry Association Conference and Tradeshow here in Atlanta April 4-7, 2001.
The new NUR Salsa Ultima(TM) 1500, one of four models in the NUR Salsa Ultima series of photorealistic, wide-format printers NUR Macroprinters introduced at the ISA Sign Expo 2001 in Las Vegas in March, provides the high quality, wide-format printing component in the solutions pavilion. Demonstrations include the machine running consumables and other supporting products from the other partners in the booth.
The new NUR Salsa Ultima models replace the original NUR Salsa machines in NUR's product line. These new and enhanced, next generation of machines are a direct result of the many engineering and manufacturing synergies that emerged after NUR's acquisition of Salsa Digital last year. These synergies have yielded substantial enhancements in the areas of printer control software efficiency, productivity, overall reliability, print quality and color management in the new NUR Salsa Ultima models.
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