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NUR Macroprinters Unveils the NUR Expedio(TM) Inspiration at FESPA 2007 in Berlin, Germany

NUR Macroprinters Unveils the NUR Expedio(TM) Inspiration at FESPA 2007 in Berlin, Germany

LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE, Belgium, May 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NUR Macroprinters (NURMF.PK), a leading supplier of wide-format inkjet production printers for the printing industry, will be introducing the advanced NUR Expedio(TM) Inspiration at FESPA 2007 in Berlin on June 5 - 9, 2007. Alongside the NUR Expedio Inspiration NUR will be demonstrating the NUR Tempo Q and for the first time in Europe, the new NUR Expedio Revolution and the NUR Tango at NUR's booth Hall 6.2, Stand D750.

The NUR Expedio Inspiration

The new NUR Expedio(TM) Inspiration printer is a 3.2m (10,5 ft), wide-format inkjet production printer with a maximum speed of 110 sq.m (1,200 sq.ft) /hr and a high resolution of up to 800 x 635 dpi. The printer is well suited for the high volume needs of wide-format and super wide-format digital print service providers.

FESPA visitors will also experience the new NUR Expedio Inspiration Flatbed Module. This feature enables quick changeover between roll-fed and rigid printing, underscoring the flexibility of a flatbed machine. The increased media versatility facilitates the printing of a wide variety of applications from point of purchase to billboard.

"With the NUR Expedio Inspiration we continue expanding our product line for any wide format application," says Andy Middleton, Managing Director, NUR Europe. "The combination of high resolution for excellent quality, high productivity and improved media versatility ensures your investment will be extended and secure", added Middleton.

The NUR Expedio Revolution, a high-volume, super wide-format UV-inkjet printer

The NUR Expedio Revolution UV-inkjet wide-format production printer delivers an unmatched production speed of up to 300 sq.m (3,200 sq.ft) /hr which is 4 times the speed of that of most solvent-based printers. In addition, the NUR Expedio Revolution enables 4 times the ink coverage of most solvent ink printers making it cost effective to print with UV inks. This machine not only offers the billboard printing industry quadruple the speed and quadruple the ink coverage, it also offers improved media versatility. When running at Billboard mode, the NUR Expedio Revolution prints in twice the speed of the regular NUR Expedio 5000 and produces approximately twice the ink coverage. The Regular machine mode rounds out the capabilities of the Revolution by optimizing the printing for wide-format Point of Purchase (POP) applications.

The NUR Tempo Q

Also demonstrated at the show is the NUR Tempo Q, a higher resolution version of NUR's popular flatbed UV-inkjet production printer, providing print speeds of up to 100 sq.m (1,070 sq.ft) /hr with high color density and improved print quality. This advanced UV production printer prints directly on both rigid and roll-fed substrates and is designed to produce very high image quality of up to true 1,270 x 800 dpi for a broad range of wide-format printing applications, such as point-of-sale, indoor signage, specialty media applications and various types of large signs.

The NUR Tango, solvent-based inkjet production printer

The NUR Tango(TM) solvent-based inkjet production printer is a cost-effective wide-format printer. The Tango is set to become the machine of choice for middle-sized print shops. Printing at speeds up to 82 sq.m (882 sq.ft) /hr for outdoor applications and 30 sq.m (320 sq.ft) /hr for high-quality, point-of-purchase applications, makes it the most attractive, versatile solution on the market today.

About FESPA

FESPA is the world's largest exhibition for screen printing, large format digital imaging, pad printing and associated product decoration. FESPA 2005 had a record 33,088 visitors from 121 countries. All stages of the printing process will be on show from pre-press software right through to technology for finishing printed products. Help your business grow, visit FESPA 2007 and see the true power of imaging. This international event will take place from June 5 - 9, 2007 Messe Berlin, Germany.

About NUR Macroprinters Ltd.

NUR Macroprinters (NURMF.PK) is a leading supplier of wide-format inkjet printers for the printing industry. NUR develops, manufactures and markets wide-format inkjet production printers and high-quality companion inks for a wide variety of business enterprises including commercial printing companies, sign printers, screen printers, billboard and media companies, photo labs, and digital printing service providers. NUR's cost-effective, reliable printing solutions are helping customers worldwide deliver the high quality and fast turnaround they need to meet their clients' exacting demands and succeed in today's competitive marketplace.

More information about NUR Macroprinters is available at http://www.nur.com/. SAFE HARBOR:

Forward-looking statements in this release involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties that could cause the actual results of NUR Macroprinters to be materially different from those that may be expressed or implied. For additional information, reference is made to NUR Macroprinters reports filed from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

NUR Macroprinters Ltd

CONTACT: NUR Europe S.A., Rue Du Bosquet 8, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve,
Belgium. Tel: +32-10-48-28-28, Fax: +32-10-48-28-29, http://www.nur.com/

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