ZANZOTTI is supporting Durst, a manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, in the design development of their machines.
The result of the partnership is a new design approach that takes up the machine design already developed in the 1990s by Otl Aicher, and systematically reduces it to its essence.
The design is intended to be deployed across a large number of machines and product segments and guarantees their recognition despite varying requirements. The machine sizes can measure from between 5 to 45 m.
A systematic construction block was developed upon which all future Durst printer machines will be organised.
Thanks to the rationalised common parts strategy, quality and quantities are increased, while special components, and associated cost expenditure are minimised at the same time. Recurrent cladding elements on the different machines lead to reduced logistic expenditure for the manufacturer and for the client.