Durst announces the launch of Gamma 101 DG, the first printer model of the revolutionary Gamma DG series of digital glazing systems developed and produced by the leading Durst Group based in Italy for printing structures on ceramic tiles.
Since its first Durst Gamma 60 was started up in 2007, Ceramika Paradyż now has a total of 10 Durst digital printers in operation at its plants in Poland.
Characteristics and advantages of the new Durst True Digital Tile Manufacturing 4.0
Durst has started the production of “community masks” at its Demo Center located at the Brixen headquarters.
Durst strengthens its presence in Vietnam by naming Triana as exclusive distributor, in charge of sales and after-sale services.
On 5 April, Durst opened its new headquarters in Brixen, northern Italy, a futuristic building that represents the group’s process of evolution.
The partnership between Durst and ColorGATE Digital Output Solutions was re-confirmed after Ricoh acquisition.
Durst Gamma DG, the first Single Pass Digital Glaze/Structure Printer in production in a glazing line, showing the great potential and opportunities of a TRUE DIGITAL tile production.
The well-known Brazilian company aims to further improve the level of quality and design of its porcelain tile collections.
The two companies have signed an exclusive distribution agreement for the ceramic printing sector.
The Taiwanese ceramic group has started up two latest-generation Durst printers to improve the quality of its tile collections.
The new Embramaco and Castelli brand porcelain tiles were produced using the new Durst Gamma 108XD 4.0 printers.