West Michigan Tag & Label Adds Durst RSC E Digital Press

West Michigan Tag & Label (WMTL) has expanded its capabilities by partnering with Durst to bring the first Durst 1200dpi RSC E to Michigan.

Durst RSC E technology provides excellent quality and productivity. With maximum print speeds of 170 fpm (expandable to 262 fpm) and a native resolution of 1200 dpi, the RSC E delivers high quality, which has not been lost on WMTL. Up to eight color options are available, and the high opacity white ink delivers smooth white, ideal for printing on metallic and transparent materials. All Durst printers are equipped with the company’s award-winning workflow and analysis software.

“We did an intensive search of the leading digital equipment available on the market, and Durst was the only vendor able to meet all of the criteria we set out,” said Richard Rice, CEO and President of WMTL. “Brilliant 1200 dpi print quality, along with inkjet nozzle compensation and excellent workflow software will continue to set WMTL apart from the competition.”

Steve Lynn, Director, Label & Packaging for Durst North America, comments, “We are thrilled to partner with West Michigan Tag and Label and look forward to many more successful years for their business. Throughout the sales process, we were challenged to prove our full capabilities and learned that West Michigan Tag and Label strives to provide the best solutions available to its customers. We look forward to seeing how the introduction of 1200 dpi quality will help them win new customers. »

The Durst RSC E facility at WMTL brings the first 1200 dpi inkjet printer to Michigan. “Durst provided direct and knowledgeable assistance throughout the sales and installation process. Truly a first class operation,” says Rice.

The partnership will help scale WMTL’s business and ensure the highest quality products are available to its customers, the company adds.

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