MGI Boosts Productivity with New Meteor DP8700 Xl Multi-Substrate Digital Press
IVRY SUR SEINE, FRANCE/MELBOURNE, FL—June 6, 2011—MGI Digital Graphic Technology, the manufacturer of multi-substrate digital printing and finishing solutions, announces the introduction of the new Meteor DP8700 XL digital press. The Meteor DP8700 XL will make its worldwide debut at Graphitec in Paris this week (Pte de Versailles, Pavilion 4, booth E015), with the North American debut taking place at GRAPH EXPO 2011, to be held on Sept. 11-14 at McCormick Place in Chicago (booth 3619).
The Meteor DP8700 XL is the latest member of the Meteor family of four-color multi-substrate digital presses, with worldwide installations at customers within key markets such as commercial printing, in-plants, plastic card manufacturers, book printers, photo printers, governments and many others.
While it incorporates the key features that make the Meteor series the most versatile in the industry, including true multi-substrate versatility for paper, plastics and envelopes, laser-safe prints, offset comparable output and no click charge, the Meteor DP8700 XL also includes new features designed to maximize production and optimize ease of operation, including:
• Largest sheet size among production sheetfed digital presses (up to 13 x 40" in production, up to 13 x 47" via manual bypass).
• Increased production speed for up to 4,260 A4/letter pages per hour and up to 2,280 A3 pages per hour.
• Superior output quality at 3600 dpi (8 bit printing) and more than 20 line screen variations ranging from 95 to 270 lpi, in both regular and stochastic modes. Users also have the option to choose up to 2 different line screens within the same print job.
• New auto-adjusting offset feeder table, which eliminates skew and keeps registration consistent at an industry-leading ±0.2mm (L-R).
• New high definition, silicone-free dry toners (CMYK) with a smaller particle size and formulated using renewable and organic components. Each cartridge also has a higher capacity than previous generations of Meteor digital presses and can be changed “on-the-fly” without interrupting production.