The Italian facility and the Cinca plant in Portugal have undergone a technology upgrade, including significant investment in the end-of-line department.
Durst’s latest-generation printer recently installed at Ceramic Industries operates at a speed of 57 m/min. with excellent results.
The US division of the Chinese group Marco Polo is investing in advanced automation for new porcelain tile products and sizes.
EFI Cretaprint electronics coupled with the new Seiko RC1536 L high-discharge printhead has proved a winning combination for the leading Spanish company in the small-size tile and trim piece segment.
First presented at Cevisama, the Full Digital Durst glazing line is currently undergoing industrial testing.
Loading-unloading units and a latest-generation LGV (laser guided vehicle) together with a new digital printer have been installed and tested at Ce.Si.
A Vietnamese market leader, Catalan Ceramics has commissioned Sacmi to supply a complete plant for the production of medium and large sized glazed ceramic tiles spanning all stages from the press to the kiln.
Faboce has chosen System technology for digital decoration, handling and packaging of full-body and glazed porcelain tiles in sizes up to 120x120 cm.
The start-up of Gamma 108 XD 4.0 system and Gamma 148 XD systems brings to 15 the number of Durst digital printers in operation at Cerâmica Portobello.
A total of 7 Durst printing systems are now in operation at the leading Polish company’s facilities.
In November, Simola Tiles will start up a Lamgea 22000t press for the production of ceramic panels in sizes up to 120x240 cm and with thicknesses from 6 to 20 mm.
The Spanish company has become the first European inkjet printer manufacturer to enjoy the benefits of the strategic partnership with Xaar.