Durst Digital Technology at Glasstec 2012

Digital inkjet systems for glass decorationDurst is the industrial specialist in digital inkjet printing systems for glass decoration. Durst specialises in providing industrial standard printing using advanced digital inkjet technology.

With our inkjet systems glass manufacturers are able to capitalise on the fast growing world of full or multi-coloured glass decoration by providing cost efficient solutions to both short run and full scale production.

In addition, Durst provides a tailor-made solution for modern building facades which use insulation windows with frameless glass. The specialist Rho XY printer uses inorganic ceramic inks to print black frames of any shape or size creating a sharp, permanent bond with the glass and forms the perfect finish when two panes of glass are bonded together.

The Durst glass decoration systems are designed in such a way that they can be integrated into a glass manufacturing line or as a complete stand alone fully automated integrated digital production line.

At the centre of each system is a Durst Rho printer which provides high speed production without jeopardising the finest quality of print.

Already of great interest to architects and interior designers for complete interior designs, furniture manufacture and many other applications, a Durst glass decoration system could provide a great business opportunity to glass companies around the world.

Visit at Glasstec 2012 Hall 12 Booth A 69 or under www.durst-online.com

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