Fujifilm to Showcase Digital Printing Solutions at On Demand

VALHALLA, NY—March 31, 2009—Fujifilm Graphic Systems U.S.A., Inc. will demonstrate a number of solutions – as well as new equipment – for the digital printer when this year’s On Demand Conference & Expo takes places in Philadelphia on March 31-April 2, 2009.

Along with partners Xerox Corporation, EFI, Meadows Publishing, Print On-Demand Solutions and Standard, Fujifilm will show printers how to stay in control of their operations and will highlight the very latest technologies and devices, as well as workflow solutions, for printers of all sizes.

During the show, Fujifilm will demonstrate the Xerox 700 and DocuColor 5000AP digital color presses. The DocuColor 700 delivers new revenue opportunities as well as the ability to reduce costs thanks to its excellent performance, versatility and effortless productivity. Customers will love the smooth color sweeps, sharp, high-resolution photographs, crisp, clean text and fine detail, coming from the 2400 x 2400 dpi resolution. The Xerox 700 uses a robust transfer system to transfer the image to the page for consistent results over short, medium and long runs.

The DocuColor 5000AP gives users razor-sharp printing and copying at speeds up to 50 pages per minute. It boasts 2400 x 2400 dpi, along with automatic duplex printing from all paper trays, for media up to 110 lb. cover stock and with sizes up to 12.6” x 19.2”. At On Demand, the DocuColor 5000AP will be shown with a Horizon Standard ColorWorks PRO document finisher to perform booklet making, head and foot bleed trimming, scoring, face trimming, corner/top stitching and stacking.

To accompany these devices, Fujifilm will also be showcase a number of software and workflow solutions, including DesignMerge from Meadows Publishing Software and Print On-Demand Solutions’ Darwin VI Authoring Tool.

And, to keep printers in control of all of their output, Fujifilm offers Taskero Universe, a powerful suite of performance diagnostic tools designed to monitor color and processes throughout a printer’s entire plant.

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