Destination - Duplication
From Canon USA, the before-mentioned imageRUNNER110 is a network connectable, digital printer/duplicator capable of producing 600 dpi documents at 110 ppm. The imageRUNNER is equipped with a standard finisher for stapling and stacking sets. Add the optional bookletmaker for production of folded, saddle-stitched and trimmed booklets. On the input side, network users can send files to be printed using PCL, PostScript, PDF or TIFF formats or scan originals on the Scan Station.
Another digital printing equipment option is the Konica 7075. With its heavy-duty paper drawers and a streamlined paper path, it is engineered to keep up with high production workflows. Designed to produce 500,000 pages per month and 75 ppm, the 7075 is also built with tandem capabilities. With a touch of a button two Konica 7075s can deliver 150 ppm and 1 million impressions per month, as either a copier or a printer. Its paper tray capacity can increase from 2,150 sheets (including a 150-sheet bypass) to 6,150 sheets. At the output end, the optional bookletmaker allows for in-line saddle stitching, post-engine sheet insertion and offset collating of up to 3,000 sheets.
Minolta's DiALTA Di750 is a 75 ppm digital copier that can be upgraded to support network printing and scanning. In addition, two Di750s can be clustered for 150-ppm productivity. The Di750 holds up to 6,750 sheets of paper and can feed paper weights of 16lb. bond through 110lb. index paper from all five paper sources. The optional bookletmaker finisher offers eight-position stapling, center folding and saddle stitching.
The network-compatible Océ 3165, from Océ USA, scans letter-size originals at 60 images per minute and offers full-speed duplexing up to 11x17˝. It prints 62 images per minute at 600x600 dpi, providing full-speed, collated printing for multiple copies. The 3165 has a 3,750-sheet capacity and handles stocks ranging from transparencies to card stock, in sizes from 51⁄2x81⁄2˝ to 11x17˝.