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Introducing The Durst Fabric Printer

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Dye Sublimation Direct & Transfer Printing

Britten’s new Durst printer increases our capacity to print fabric more efficiently and with the expanded capability of running all materials.

As an industry expert in advanced printing technologies, Britten recognizes Durst as our first choice and preferred partner. Throughout their 80-year history, Durst remains focused on innovation, customer orientation, sustainability and quality.

Durst’s new Rhotex 325 is capable of printing on uncoated fabrics, which are softer than the coated fabrics that are required by the direct-to-fabric process (for example, those used by Teleios’s printers).

Printing system

Transfer and direct to polyester based textile with patented roll to roll transport system and Durst WTS print head technology

Printing mode and resolution

Variable and binary drop size 400 x 600 dpi (7-14-21 pl); 800 x 600 dpi (7 pl)


Backlit mode: 130 m2 /h (1,400 sq ft/h)
Production Mode: 170 m2 /h (1,800 sq ft/h)
High Speed Mode: up to 390 m2 /h (4,130 sq ft/h)


Standard: CMYK
Optional: Light Cyan and Magenta, Gray, PCA

Maximum printing width

3.200 mm (126 in)

Maximum roll diameter

Standard: 400 mm (16 in)

Maximum media thickness

Textiles: 2 mm (0.08 in); Transfer paper: 0,15 mm (0.01 in)

Media types

Transfer paper, wide range of coated and uncoated polyester fabrics.


Totally VOC-free and eco-friendly water based dye sub inks for indoor and outdoor applications


Big roll system for printing roll up to 700 mm (27.5 in) diameter Direct printing kit


Soft signage is the expansion of advertising, decorating, and sign applications using textiles as the medium. Previously, point of sale, point of purchase and banners were classic areas of application dominated by paper, PVC, and vinyl.

Soft signage presents new opportunities for both, indoor- and outdoor signage, including shop windows, museums, trade shows, or in entire shopping centers.

This is possible thanks to its: