Digitalpress is now the owner of the first Kodak NexPress SX3300 in the southern hemisphere.
Theo Pettaras, founder of Digitalpress, purchased the printer at the recent PrintEx11 held in Sydney. According to ProPrint, part of Pettaras’ reasoning for investing in the printer is its ability to “run a 660mm sheet size, and print in HD mode down to six microns.”
Among many other features, Digitalpress will be looking forward to “specialty poster printing, point of sale, vinyl cut outs, proposal documents and book coverings to name a few.”
The press joins Digitalpress’ Konica Minolta Bizhub 8000, two Roland DG printers and an Océ Colorwave.
For more information, head to Digitalpress’ site.
Thumbnail image: CMYK + UV Dimensional print onto buckram. Design – Thursday Design.