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The introduction of the world of our images has also been transformed into a new invention

There are some unexplored images that we express in the past.

 The Durst Theta 76R has created a gorgeous image in the photo printing industry by creating truly realistic images.
The device utilizes LED-fiber optic technology (DFO) and will be able to capture images on a photographic medium (paper or film) with a resolution of 254 pixels.

The device can print at a speed of 40 centimeters per minute for lab workloads.

LEDs with three hundred and thirty hours of their life produce three main light sources, and optical fibers provide the light transmission to the center of radiation on the paper, since the transfer of paper or a sensitive film (transponder) from one roll to another roll of the face Accepts no longitudinal constraints in creating images, and records pixel-to-pixel images and line-to-paper on sensitive paper.

Theta 76R can print digital images with Tiff, PPM, Jpeg, Bmp, but also with internal Rip, allowing you to print images in PS, Pdf format.

The Theta 76R makes it possible to create colors in the best possible image due to the Color Management system and the use of proprietary and precise input and output profiles.

Dimensions of the device: height x width x length 165 * 95 * 140 cm

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Listing information

Manufacturer Durst
Year 2009
Country Singapore Singapore
Condition Excellent
Main category Printing
Subcategory Minilab
ID P90805008

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About the seller

Client type Machinery dealer
On Kitmondo since 2015
Number of listings 27
Country UAE UAE
Employees 1 - 10
Established 1990
Company description

Selling and buyin Noritsu FUJI FRONTIER . DURST.IMMETO.CHROMIRA.EPSON minilabs. Spare parts.gears.pcb.laser gun.Aźom

Last activity Feb. 4, 2020
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