VISOgraphic Installs Océ Monochrome Press for On-demand Publishing

TRUMBULL, CT—September 8, 2010—Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, announced that VISOgraphic Inc. has added an Océ VarioPrint 6160 Ultra digital press as part of a strategic expansion into on-demand publishing.

Since 1946, VISOgraphic has provided quality graphic design, stochastic, litho and digital printing to Chicago businesses of all kinds. These clients depend on VISOgraphic for brochures, direct mail, product sheets, catalogs, magazines, and other printed applications, plus digital and online communication solutions.

To expand its customized, on-demand publishing capabilities, VISOgraphic turned to the Océ VarioPrint 6000 Ultra line of cutsheet printers. As a result, it can now help clients control inventory and waste, while still maintaining the look of offset-quality output. The company expects to run tens of thousands of documents and millions of pages on the new digital press, including applications like short-run books, and static, variable and on-demand collateral.

“With the Océ VarioPrint 6160 Ultra system, we can now bring our customers the highest quality for all types of applications, along with the productivity and rapid turnaround times that are critical to our business success,” said VISOgraphic President Robert V. Dahlke. “We have set the highest standards for digital printing service and satisfaction. The new Océ VarioPrint 6160 Ultra system will enable us to expand our customized on-demand system to provide customers with professional documents that reflect their own high standards.”

Output Quality and Versatility Make an Impression

The Océ VarioPrint 6160 Ultra system is a member of the award-winning Océ VarioPrint 6000 Ultra line of high-speed, high-quality digital perfecting systems known for their groundbreaking productivity. Based on Océ Gemini Instant Duplex Technology, the Océ VarioPrint 6000 Ultra simultaneous duplex digital printers offer significant advances in speed, quality, productivity, media flexibility, scalability, connectivity and environmental sustainability. With up to eight hours of job queuing and scheduling, up to four hours of non-stop performance, and monthly volumes up to 10 million prints, print operations can complete more work in less time, thereby minimizing after-hours shifts and overtime.

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