Shaw PPC Design Decides on Better Quality and Faster Print Speed
Shaw PPC Design was founded in 1932 as a manufacturer of POP Signs and continues today to provide innovative and creative signage and print solutions for retailers, all in-house.
The Durst P5 350 is an all-in-one hybrid large format UV LED Inkjet press that prints both rigid and roll materials up to 138” (3.5 meters) wide all with 1200 dpi output. The P5 350 has been recognized by the industry, including the 2019 European Digital Press Association Award.
“We wanted the ability to do higher resolution graphics at much faster speeds”, said Tom Smith, President of Shaw PPC Design/Shaw & Slavsky. “The printing speed of the P5 350 will help with our production and workflow to deliver on shorter deadlines all with exceptional quality output.” Shaw PPC Design needed to upgrade their current printers and trusted Durst, as the P5 350 is their fourth Durst printer.
The P5 350 delivers state of the art functionality and versatility with rigid substrates that includes independent board feeding sensors, automatic media thickness detection and dual-track printing capabilities. The P5 350 also brings expanded roll capabilities with controlled double-sided printing, allowing for fast media changes and innovative flexibility. The P5 350 is equipped with Durst Print Workflow software and exclusive Durst Analytics, by that means turning the printer into a production unit from day one and offering enhanced production efficiency.
“Shaw PPC Design brings a commitment to customers that extends beyond the printed product. We are honored to be an integral part of their production process, and we look forward to a continuing relationship built on innovation and shared goals,” said Larry D’Amico, Durst Sales Director, North America.
In a rapidly evolving industry, the P5 350 now adds that decisive tool that keeps Shaw PPC Design at the leading edge of the large format marketplace, from Pixel to Output.
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