Xerox Expands Digital Press Family
Apr 10, 2006
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Xerox Corporation is expanding its flagship Xerox iGen3(TM) Digital Production Press platform with a 90-page-per-minute model that has the same image quality, application flexibility and reliability as the Xerox iGen3 110 digital press.

The iGen3 is based on the technology of the successful Xerox iGen3 platform. The product will make it easier for print providers who have lower print volumes to enter the high-end digital printing market with a lower capital investment.

Compared to competitive machines, the iGen3 90 press is faster, reliable and offers superior paper handling. The digital press is also modular, making it easy to expand its capabilities so that customers can maximize their initial investments.

The iGen3 90 accommodates a wide variety of stock weights (from 60 gsm to 350 gsm) and sizes (from 178 mm by 178 mm to 364 mm by 571 mm) that allow print professionals to produce applications such as book jackets, postcards and posters. Productivity advantages outpace current competitive marketplace offerings; the press has two paper trays that let print providers reload paper while the device is running and use a variety of substrates. The iGen3 90 press also supports a broad range of in-line finishing devices, such as signature booklet making and perfect binding.

The press integrates into customers' existing workflow and offers a choice of three color servers, the workstations that process incoming print files and drive the digital press: the Xerox FreeFlow(TM) DocuSP(TM) , Creo Spire and EFI Fiery.

The digital production press is available in North America and Europe in June. The U.S. list price is U.S. $499,000, and the press is sold through the Xerox direct sales force and agents.

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