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Increasing capacity with a Durst P10

Nicole Spencer with the new Durst system at RMC Digital Print

An investment in a new Durst system to ramp up capacity and further improve quality is at the heart of a £1million expansion programme for RMC Digital Print.

The Hull-based company, which was first formed in 2010, and now employs a staff of 22,recently purchased the new Durst Rho P10 inkjet system, whichwill enable it to print on the widest range of rigid and roll media, while also using the machine’s six-colour ink configuration, including a white ink option, to continue its production of multi-layered backlit work.

RMC is now using the Rho P10 for every flatbed test sample sent out to its customers. The company, a trade printer that produces 70 percent of its work for sign companies and the rest for exhibition businesses,is also planning to expand its production facility and purchase an additional cutting system.

Explaining why it chose a Durst printer, Nicole Spencer, Operations Director at RMC Digital Print, said: “The quality on the Rho P10 is the best I have ever seen and thus we now use it to produce every flatbed sample we send out.

“We needed to upgrade our flatbed systems because we are aiming to increase our capacity by at least a third,and also because our trade customers’ particularly, demand very fast turnaround times. We’ve been operating around the clock because the orders continue to grow.”

RMC first approached Durst at last year’s FESPA Digital exhibition in Amsterdam and has been using the P10 250 HS since the end of February.

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