Nur Launches New Services at Open House, First Showing of NUR Fresco
Press release from the issuing company
San Antonio, TX; December 3, 2001 - Everything is big in Texas and with its company slogan of "All you need to make it BIG," what better venue could NUR America, the NUR Macroprinters subsidiary, choose for hosting an Open House than its American headquarters in San Antonio, Texas?
NUR America's highly successful Open House for customers and sales prospects was held on October 25 and 26 to announce multiple new products and programs the company would ordinarily have shown in September at the cancelled SGIA 2001 show. The event also provided an opportunity to celebrate the relocation of NUR America to Texas earlier in the year and to socialize and dine at San Antonio's famed River Walk attraction.
The Open House marked the first showing of the NUR Fresco(TM) HiQ 3200 wide format digital production printer, announced in mid-September, and the technology preview and demonstration of the NUR FabriGraph(TM) DS1500 and DS3200 printers for textile applications. The new NUR Fresco HiQ 1800 and 3200 models include a printhead warranty, new control software, a new RIP and new inks all of which enhance the image quality, color gamut, text sharpness, operational ease, improved uptime and productivity of the machines. The NUR FabriGraph DS1500 and DS3200 are dye-sublimation printers targeted at short-run, on demand digital printing of textiles at production speeds.
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