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Digitaldrucker Durst Rho P10 160
Width 390 cm
length 105 cm
Length with tables 380 cm
Height 196 cm
Weight approx 2000 Kg
Resolution: 1000 dpi
Colours: CMYK Lc Lm WhiteUnder WhiteOver
Productivity: Up to 100 m2/hr (1070 sq,ft/hr)
Maximum Printing Width: 160 cm
Maximum Print length: Only restricted by media length
Maximum thickness: Roll to roll up to 2 mm – Boards up to 50 mm
Maximum media weight: Up to 50 Kg
Smallest sheet size: DIN-A3 – 29.7 x 42 cm
The P10 160 UV inkjet printer offers unrivalled media flexibility both in size and type, and the productivity is the same for rigid and roll material.
As a result of Durst’s Quadro Array 10M printhead technology, the Rho P10 160, like all other Rho P10 models, provides unrivalled print quality whilst maintaining a high level of productivity.
It is capable of printing up to 100 m2 at 1000 DPI. With the best ink adhesion of any UV printer, media flexibility is further enhanced. It combines compact, robust industrial design with production efficiency and reliability.
Its small footprint, fine art printing quality and flexibility offers printers, sign companies and graphic studios the opportunity of entering the profitable industrial large format inkjet market.
Latest Durst Quadro Array 10 printhead technology for outstanding print quality without loss of speed
Continuous printing process maximises productivity (no pauses for masking found in a table system)
Roll to roll printing option
Printing of light colours without loss of speed
Ease of use and fast maintenance optimises production eficiency
Highest reliability in the market (24/7 production)
Typical Applications for Durst P10 160
Backlits for windows or light boxes
Particularly for luxury goods including cosmetics
Indoor and outdoor signage
POP and POS material
Small to medium sized packaging
The Rho P10 Series of inkjet printers defines a quality standard for industrial production level machines. They are the most productive 10 pico litre printers available and there is no compromise between speed and quality