Where Digital Dominates
HP’s roll-fed W3250 now comes with an inline primer. Customers can use virtually any paper, and if it needs to be coated, it’s done inline while the job is printing.
The Nuvera Digital Production System from Xerox offers extremely high monochrome resolution, speeds up to 144 ppm and wide media latitude. It has a wide range of gray levels and uniform blacks to give images excellent contrast. Xerox cyclone cleaning technology automatically removes any stray toner and particles for crisp, sharp text and images. The system is driven by the Xerox FreeFlow DocuSP Controller and users can select scanning, feeding, imaging and finishing options.
The Multi-substrate Meteor digital press DP 40 Pro from MGI USA is the second of its generation, and is unique in its multi-substrate versatility. An operator can switch from 20 lb. bond paper to a 110 lb. cover Kromcoat 12 pts. to a PVC or polycarbonate within 45 seconds without changing any supplies or equipment. Digital and non-digital substrates can be used, and heavy plastic, such as polycarbonates, PVC, polyester and vinyl, and synthetic paper, such as Teslin, can be fed through the non-friction, non-pull system. The DP 40 has been designed to fit between a high-end color copier and traditional offset to do medium- and short-runs.
The Océ VarioPrint 6250 printer was awarded Best-of-Show at ON DEMAND for its offset-class quality, near-perfect registration and breakthrough performance at 250 letter-, 160 legal- and 132
ledger-size duplex prints per minute, making it up to 70 percent more productive than any other printer in its class.
The printer is based on revolutionary, single-pass Océ Gemini Instant Duplex Technology, which presses toner images onto both sides of a page simultaneously without turning the paper. The Océ VarioPrint 6250 supports from 400,000 to 6,000,000 impressions per month, and features the industry’s largest in/output capacity for larger media sizes.