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Labmak announced as first beta site customer for new Durst Tau 330 RSC

PKBR Staff Writer Published 11 September 2017

The Label Makers, known as Labmak, has invested in Durst’s new eight-colour Tau 330 RSC label press, in a bid to enhance its production operations.

Durs said The Label Makers is the first UK  beta site customer for the new digital and high speed press.

The new Tau 330 RSC UV inkjet label and package printing system has been installed at The Label Makers’ location in Bradford of Yorkshire.

The company will begin the operations of the new press in the next month.

Featuring 330mm print width, Durst’s Tau 330 press can deliver print speed of up to 78 linear meters/min at 1200 x 1200 dpi printing resolutions.

With eight color stations and high pigmented inks, the press has a production capacity of 1.485 m² per hour.

Tau 330 RSC label press can be used as stand-alone version or combined with in-line digital laser die cutting LFS 330.

Durst will officially the launch the new Tau 330 RSC UV inkjet label press, as well as Web2Print workflow solution at Labelexpo in Brussels, Belgium.

The event will take place from 25 to 28 September.

The Label Makers managing director David Webster said: “Durst has been an incredibly supportive partner with fantastic technology as we continue to develop our business into new and developing markets.

“As a pioneer, we’re constantly wanting to keep ahead of the curve and becoming the first customer to install the Tau 330 RSC is another huge step forward for us.”

Durst Label & Package Printing segment manager Helmuth Munter said: “We are proud and excited to announce that The Label Makers will be the first company to benefit from this new and game-changing technology.”