Probo/Sign 'expecting sales boost' after second Durst installation
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By News Desk
8 July 2011
Erwin Postma intends to use the Durst Rho 1000L's white ink function for back-lit prints
Netherlands-based print company Probo/Sign has invested in a Durst Rho 1000L wide-format printer, a year after its purchase of a Durst Rho 500R. The first installation 'resulted in a large sales boost', says Durst, and Probo/Sign is expecting a similar spike in the near future.
The new machine was delivered to the company straight from FESPA Digital, where it made its exhibition debut. Probo/Sign added it to its 'wish list' when it realised it needed to replace its hybrid printer with one offering white ink, and says the Rho 1000L will be used for the creation of back-lit prints using a layering process – CMYK, white, then CMYK – directly onto transparent PET plates.
Probo/Sign adds that it also selected the Rho 1000L for its input and output flexibility. Owner Erwin Postma comments: "We start now with the automated plate input, a stacker for the output and a hand table for the extraordinary print jobs. It's nice that we can still make other choices in the future."
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