NUR Expedio Revolution Helps American Billboard Specialist Quadruple Printing Speed and Ink Coverage
Press release from the issuing company
Lod, Israel, October 15, 2007 – NUR Macroprinters, a leading supplier of wide-format inkjet production printers for the printing industry, announced today the successful installation of the NUR Expedio Revolution at Associated Posters Inc. (API), a leader in the US Outdoor Advertising industry.
"After evaluating other production printers we chose the NUR Expedio Revolution because it is perfect for our industry needs. We wanted the advantages of UV ink and the Revolutions speed of 3200 sf.ft/ hr," says Fielding Combs, President of API. "As with all new wide format production printers adjustments have to be made but with persistence and team work our NUR Expedio Revolution is performing as advertised. The Revolutions ink coverage is as good as or better than advertised" he adds.
About the NUR Expedio Revolution The NUR Expedio Revolution is a wide-format inkjet production printer that is aimed at revolutionizing Billboard printing costs per sq.m/sq.ft. The printer offers both high productivity printing for Billboard applications as well as high quality printing for POP applications on one platform.
With its new unique selling proposition, NUR enables customers to:
- Print at an unprecedented speed of 300 sq.m (3,200 sq.ft) /hr.
- Achieve 180 sq.m (1,900 sq.ft) /liter ink coverage which is approx. 4 times better than the coverage achieved using a solvent printer.*
- Print for high quality POP applications using the standard UV ink and print modes as well as for Billboard and outdoor applications using the Billboard ink and print modes
- Replace Solvent prints with UV ones while reducing the total cost of ownership and the cost per sq/ft.
- Print on Polyethylene as well as on a variety of other substrates.
* Using NUR standard file/profile on PVC, based on a tests held at NUR during February-March 2007.
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