InfoPrint Offers Cost-Cutting Solutions
Headquartered in Boulder, Colo., InfoPrint Solutions Company—a joint venture between IBM and Ricoh—announced significant enhancements to its monochrome continuous forms print portfolio, offering improved productivity and increased flexibility for monochrome customers of all sizes. Enhancements will be made to flagship models InfoPrint 4100, InfoPrint 100 and InfoPrint 75.
The InfoPrint 4100 continuous forms printer produces high-quality monochrome output that is typically only available using cut-sheet solutions. It also delivers some of the highest speeds on the market for electrophotographic printers and allows for the production of more output with less operator time increasing productivity.
Feature enhancements for the InfoPrint 4100 are:
• New toner support: A new toner, co-developed by InfoPrint and Ricoh, allows customers to achieve lower cost of operation through improved toner yields and reduced downtime. Available for ultra high-speed models, this toner offers higher superior fusing properties with cooler temperatures at the pre-heat platen and fusing station, higher optical density and excellent adhesion to a variety of media. This is aimed at meeting the demands of enterprise production centers printing high volumes of transactional statements, TransPromo documentations or publications.
• Higher flexibility: The InfoPrint 4100 has been enhanced to support a wider range of paper options such as heavy weight stock at ultra high speeds in pinless mode. Expanded operation features, such as a universal top of form sensor, allow customers to be more flexible and provide faster turnaround. This is particularly important for service providers.
• Improved throughput: Several enhancements including new sensors that detect potential severe jam conditions, reduce overall downtime, improving throughput and productivity.
The feature enhancements for the InfoPrint 100 and InfoPrint 75 are:
• Increased options of support technologies: These new models offer full support of Intelligent Print Data Stream, which has become the standard for mission-critical printing. In addition, both models support PCL and PostScript.