NUR Macroprinters Introduces the New Auto-Correction Double-Sided Printing Option for Its UV Roll-to-Roll Printers
Press release from the issuing company
LOD, Israel--Feb. 22, 2007-- NUR Macroprinters, a leading supplier of wide-format inkjet production printers, today announced the availability of the new Auto-Correction Double-Sided printing option kit for NUR Expedio 5000 and NUR Expedio 3200 wide format UV roll-to-roll machines.
The new feature enables customers to print high quality UV backlit and block out applications at printing speeds of up to 120 Sq.m (1300 Sq.ft)/hour. The double-sided printing option includes an on-the-fly auto-correction mechanism as well as a manual on-the-fly fine-correction mechanism to be used during the print process.
"We are excited to offer our customers auto-correction, double-sided printing on UV roll-to-roll machines at unprecedented speed and quality," said Assaf Eyal, Executive Vice President, NUR Macroprinters. "Our new and established customers can now improve their profitability by selling high quality blockout and backlit applications," added Eyal.
NUR Expedio 3200 Double-Sided Printing Option
The newly released double-sided printing option for NUR Expedio 3200, a 3.2 meter wide UV roll-to-roll machine, provides double-sided printing at speeds of up to 120 Sq.m (1300 Sq.ft)/hour. NUR guarantees a front-to-back image deviation of no more than 2mm on a 25 meter long by 3.2 meter wide print. NUR offers printing on a variety of approved substrates from leading vendors such as Avery and Getter. This optional feature is now available on new printers or as an upgrade to existing printers at customer sites.
NUR Expedio 5000 Double-Sided Printing Option
The January 2007 release of the double-sided printing option for NUR Expedio 5000, a 5 meter wide UV roll-to-roll machine, provides double-sided printing at speeds of up to 90 Sq.m (960 Sq.ft)/hour. NUR guarantees a front-to-back image deviation of no more than 2mm on a 25 meter long by 3.2 meter wide print. This optional feature is now available on new printers or as an upgrade to already installed printers.
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