Ceramika Paradyż installs tenth Durst Gamma
Since its first Durst Gamma 60 was started up in 2007, Ceramika Paradyż now has a total of 10 Durst digital printers in operation at its plants in Poland.
The purchase of the tenth Durst Gamma digital printer further strengthens the partnership between Ceramika Paradyż and Durst.
Collaboration between the well-known Polish ceramic producer and the Italian manufacturer dates back to 2007 when Paradyż decided to enter the digitally decorated ceramic tile segment and installed its first Durst Gamma 60, the first machine of its kind to be adopted in Poland.
Following that initial investment which enabled the company to stand apart from its competitors and strengthen its market leadership, it has reaffirmed its confidence in Durst technology with subsequent installations of increasingly high-performance machines capable of creating collections with more innovative designs.
Ceramika Paradyż, which celebrated its 30th anniversary last year, is renowned for its high-quality products capable of meeting the latest trends. This is demonstrated by the numerous awards it has won in recent years, from the Red Dot Design Award in 2016 to the IF Design Award in 2017 and the Bronze A’ Design Award this year.
Gamma XD printers are fully capable of delivering this level of quality, creating ceramic surfaces with a natural look, perfect details and shades, strong and vivid colours, 3D textures with high uniformity and contrast, and complete absence of banding. Ceramika Paradyż has also confirmed the machine’s high production efficiency and minimal maintenance costs.