At Exapro, we specialise in providing top-quality, used digital printing presses to businesses of all sizes. Our range of machines, priced between €8,000 and €36,000, caters to various printing requirements and budgets. Our portfolio includes models from leading manufacturers such as HP, Canon, Xerox, and others, renowned for their speed, print quality, and media compatibility. Each machine's detailed history and specifications ensure our clients make informed decisions. Our experts are on hand to offer advice and post-purchase support, guaranteeing a seamless buying experience. By choosing Exapro, you're not just investing in a machine, but a trustworthy partner. We support your business growth, offering cost-effective solutions without compromising on quality or performance. Buying used machinery from us is a step towards sustainability, contributing to a more circular economy. Whether you're buying or selling industrial machinery, Exapro connects the global market, making us your go-to solution in the world of used digital printing presses.

Durst TAU 330 Digital Printer

Year: 2017

Nr. of colours 7
RIP model

Used Kornit Thunder Digital press

Year: 2015

Nr. of colours 6
RIP model Quick P
Resolution 600 dpi
Nr. of impressions 50 Mio

Xerox Versan 80 Digital press

Year: 2017

Nr. of colours 4
Speed pc/min 80
Nr. of impressions 0.7 Mio
Resolution 2400 dpi
RIP model Fiery EX 80

Kornit Avalanche 951 Digital press

Year: 2015

Nr. of colours 8
Speed pc/min 150
Resolution 630 dpi
RIP model Quick P production KORNIT

Used Kodak Nexfinity Digital Press Digital press

Year: 2019

Nr. of colours 5
RIP model
Speed pc/min 8400

Used EFI VUTEk FabriVu 180 Digital press

Year: 2017

Nr. of colours 4
RIP model
Resolution 2400 dpi

Used EFI VUTEk FabriVu 180 Digital press

Year: 2017

Nr. of colours 4
RIP model
Resolution 2400 dpi

XEROX IRIDESSE Digital press

Year: 2019

Nr. of colours 6
RIP model
Resolution 1200 dpi
Nr. of impressions 4.3 Mio



XEROX VERSANT 3100

Year: 2019

We offer for sale a XEROX Versant 3100 with the most efficient FIERY EX-P 3100 controller (with Impose-Compose activation, Fiery Color Profiler Suite, monitor, keyboard, mouse, stand & A3+/SRA3 capacity with 2 trays + 4 classic trays, decurler and trimming module, feeding unit, Highy Capacity stacker, C/Z folding module, Production Ready finishing module with booklet module & Square Fold trimmer. …

HP Indigo 7900 Digital press

Year: 2016

RIP model
Nr. of impressions 5294424 Mio

Prensa digital Xerox Versant 180

Year: 2018

Nr. of colours 4
Speed pc/min 80
Nr. of impressions 800000 Mio
Resolution 2400 dpi
RIP model

Mimaki TS500P 3200 Digital press

Year: 2017

Nr. of colours 4
Speed pc/min 3
Nr. of impressions 0.1 Mio
Resolution 720 dpi
RIP model Ergosoft

Canon C9010VP Digital press

Year: 2021

RIP model
Nr. of impressions 1.8 Mio



Print Solution srl NS MULTI LG Digital press

Year: 2017

Nr. of colours 5
RIP model
Resolution 2500 dpi


EFI Reggiani TERRA Silver Pigment INK Digital press

Year: 2020

Nr. of colours 8
RIP model
Resolution 600 dpi


Digital Printing Presses: The Efficient Choice for Your Printing Needs

As we march forward into the digital era, it's clear that technology is evolving at a rapid pace, significantly impacting all sectors. The printing industry is no exception, as it welcomes a more efficient, faster, and flexible alternative to traditional methods – Digital Printing Presses. Here at Exapro, we are committed to offering top-quality used industrial machinery, including a selection of leading digital printing presses, to meet your every need.

Digital printing has revolutionised the printing world. Unlike offset printing, digital printing doesn't require plates, allowing for on-demand printing and even modifications of the image (variable data) with every impression. This flexibility and speed make digital printing presses a valuable asset for businesses, large or small.

Our Range of Used Digital Printing Presses

At Exapro, we have a range of used digital printing presses from leading brands such as HP, Xerox, Canon, and Epson, among others. Each machine is thoroughly checked and tested by our team of experts to ensure it meets our high standards of quality and efficiency.

Whether you're looking to expand your current printing capabilities or take your first step into the digital printing world, we have a solution that fits your budget and your requirements. All our machines come with detailed specifications and history, ensuring transparency in every transaction.

Support and Advice

We understand that purchasing used industrial machinery is a significant investment. Therefore, our team of experienced professionals is always on hand to guide you, offering expert advice on selecting the right digital printing press for your business, based on your specific needs and budget.

With Exapro, you can access top-quality, pre-owned machinery from industry-leading brands at highly competitive prices. We offer an extensive range of digital printing presses that fall within the budget-friendly bracket of €8,000 to €36,000.

Investing in used digital printing presses presents a cost-effective solution for businesses looking to expand their capabilities without stretching their budget. Whether you're a start-up operation testing the waters or an established business keen to upgrade your machinery, our range of used digital printing presses are carefully checked, tested, and ready to deliver excellent performance.

We provide high-quality, reliable, and cost-effective used digital printing presses that can enhance your production capabilities and boost your business. Let us assist you in navigating this fast-evolving market and finding the perfect fit for your industrial printing needs.

 

Main Advantages of Digital printing presses

Digital printing presses offer numerous advantages, and here are some of the most significant:

Quick Turnaround: Digital printing doesn't require plates or a lot of prep time. This results in a faster turnaround time from job setup to job completion, making it an excellent solution for on-demand or last-minute printing needs.
High-Quality Prints: Digital printing produces high-quality, sharp prints with vibrant colours. The images are crisp and clear, making it ideal for detailed and complex designs.
Cost-Effective: Digital printing can be a more cost-effective solution for small to medium volume print jobs. Since it doesn't require plates or set-up time, the cost per unit decreases as the quantity increases.
Versatility: Digital presses can handle a wide range of substrates, including paper, vinyl, textiles, and ceramics. This makes it a flexible choice for a variety of applications.
Customisation: Each print can be different in digital printing. This process, known as variable data printing, allows for the personalisation of every print without slowing down the printing process. This is especially useful for direct marketing, where each piece can be customised with the recipient's name or other specific information.
Eco-Friendliness: Digital printing produces less waste than traditional printing methods, as it doesn't require plates or chemicals. Additionally, digital printers are more energy-efficient and have a lower carbon footprint.
Proofing: Since digital printing presses produce the final product directly from the digital file, the process allows for accurate and fast proofing. You can see exactly how the final print will look, reducing the chances of costly mistakes or reprints.
Consistency: Digital printing ensures consistent quality throughout the print run. Unlike traditional printing methods, there won't be variations in colour or quality between the first print and the last.

Digital printing presses offer a fast, high-quality, and cost-effective solution for businesses looking for versatile and personalised print options.

 

Main machine parameters of Digital printing presses

Digital printing presses come with a variety of specifications and parameters. Understanding these is critical to choosing the right machine for your business. Here are some key parameters to consider:

Print Speed: This refers to the number of pages or sheets a machine can print per minute (ppm). The print speed can vary significantly depending on the complexity of the job and the machine itself. High volume businesses should consider machines with faster print speeds.
Print Quality: Generally measured in dots per inch (dpi), this parameter tells you the resolution of the printed images. A higher dpi means finer, more detailed print quality.
Maximum Print Width/Size: This indicates the maximum size of media the machine can handle. This will determine the range of jobs the machine can perform, from small format prints to large format ones.
Media Compatibility: This refers to the types of materials a machine can print on. Some digital presses can print on a variety of materials including paper, cardstock, vinyl, textiles, and more.
Colour Capability: Digital presses can be monochrome (black and white) or full colour. Some high-end models can also print using special colours or effects like metallic, white ink, or clear varnish.
Variable Data Printing: This feature allows you to customise each print with different information (e.g., names, addresses, barcodes) without slowing down the printing process. This is particularly important for direct marketing or personalised print jobs.
Connectivity: This refers to the ways a machine can connect to computers or networks. Look for machines with modern, flexible connectivity options to ensure compatibility with your existing systems.
Energy Efficiency: As businesses become more environmentally conscious, the energy efficiency of machinery is becoming increasingly important. Consider machines with energy-saving features or those rated highly for energy efficiency.
Maintenance Requirements: Some machines may require more regular maintenance or have higher consumable costs (ink, toner, etc.). Consider these ongoing costs when choosing a machine.
Software Integration: The ability to seamlessly integrate with design software and workflow management systems can streamline the printing process and improve efficiency.

Remember, the best digital printing press for you depends on your specific business needs and budget. At Exapro, our team of experts can guide you through these parameters to help you find the most suitable machine for your needs.

 

Area of use of these machines

Digital printing presses are incredibly versatile and are used across a variety of industries for a multitude of applications. Here are some of the key areas where these machines are commonly utilised:

Commercial Printing: Digital presses are widely used in commercial printing for the production of brochures, flyers, posters, business cards, and more. They're particularly useful for small to medium volume runs that require quick turnarounds.
Publishing: In the world of book publishing, digital presses have made it more cost-effective to do small print runs and even single copies. This technology has contributed significantly to the rise of print-on-demand services.
Packaging: From labels to folding cartons and flexible packaging, digital printing presses are increasingly being used in the packaging industry. They offer the flexibility to customise and change packaging designs quickly and cost-effectively.
Direct Mail: With the ability to personalise each print (known as variable data printing), digital presses are ideal for direct mail campaigns where each piece can be customised with the recipient's name or other specific information.
Textiles and Apparel: Certain digital presses can print directly onto fabrics, making them suitable for producing customised apparel and textiles. This technology has led to significant growth in the custom-print and fast-fashion industries.
Large Format Printing: Some digital printing presses can handle large format printing for applications such as banners, posters, and retail signage.
Photography: High-resolution digital presses are used to produce professional-grade photographic prints with exceptional colour accuracy and detail.
Decoration: Digital printing presses are also used for printing wallpapers, ceramics, glass and other decorative items. The ability to easily customise designs has greatly expanded the opportunities in this sector.

Each of these areas requires specific features and capabilities from a digital printing press. The choice of machine will depend on the primary use, the volume of printing, the types of materials you need to print on, and the level of detail required in the printed images.

 

Manufacturers of Digital printing presses

There are several reputable manufacturers of digital printing presses worldwide, many of whose products can be found on the Exapro marketplace. Here are a few renowned names in the industry:

HP: Known for their Indigo series, HP is one of the leading manufacturers of digital printing presses. Their machines offer high-speed, high-quality printing, and a wide range of compatible substrates.
Xerox: Xerox offers a comprehensive range of digital presses, including the iGen series. These machines are known for their productivity, scalability, and advanced automation features.
Canon: Canon's imagePRESS series is designed for high volume, professional quality printing. They provide exceptional print quality, robust performance, and a wide variety of finishing options.
Epson: Known for their SurePress series, Epson's digital presses are ideal for label and packaging printing. They offer precision quality, application versatility, and high-speed productivity.
Konica Minolta: Konica Minolta's AccurioPress series offers innovative technologies that create opportunities for growth and drive performance, image quality, and reliability.
Ricoh: Ricoh's Pro series digital printing presses are designed for high-speed, high-volume applications with superior image quality and durability.
Heidelberg: Heidelberg is a giant in the printing industry, and its Versafire series of digital presses are known for their versatility, reliability, and exceptional print quality.
Kodak: Kodak's Nexpress series are robust machines that offer high productivity, modularity, and a broad range of applications
Durst: Specialising in high-end digital printing solutions, Durst offers the Tau series for label and package printing, and the Rho series for large format printing.

These manufacturers provide a wide range of machines that can cater to various business needs, from commercial printing and direct mail to packaging and large format printing. At Exapro, you can find used machines from these manufacturers and more, providing cost-effective solutions to your printing needs.