Océ VarioStream 9210 Printer Reaches One Billion Impressions
Océ PRISMA Software Supports Maximum Uptime
Océ PRISMA software complements the reliability and speed of the Océ VarioStream printer and contributes to uptime and flexibility. According to Singleton, the Océ PRISMAâ software front end that drives workflow to the Océ VarioStream system offers imposition power and flexibility well ahead of other RIPs. “With Prisma software, the system is more operator and user friendly. Because it is so easy to set up, it saves time, and makes life easier,” he said. “We work with the variable data of our customers, and they are always throwing something new at us, and with PRISMA, we can meet their needs.”
“The fact that the Océ VarioStream produces tremendous volumes under rigorous conditions validates the productivity and reliability of the platform in commercial printing environments. We know that Midland depends on our system’s reliability to meet commitments to customers, and there’s no room for anything but the best in quality and speed,” said Francis McMahon, Vice President, Marketing, Océ North America, Production Printing Systems.
Why Océ Technology Leads to Lasting Reliability
Océ has a lengthy track record as a market leader in the continuous feed arena, and the Océ VarioStream continuous feed print systems are typical of the technology that has earned Océ a solid reputation. Minimal downtime, ease of use, and fast operation are some of the factors that give Midland consistent reliability and results. Others include:
• Océ paper handling and toner transfer result in the highest reliability in the industry.
• Simultaneous duplexing eliminates multiple paper moves to engines for front and back printing.
• Nonimpact TriboJump imaging is an easier, more accurate way to transfer toner.
• Remote diagnostics allow faster analysis and correction of problems for greater uptime.
• The Océ PRISMAproduction® POD server helps drive optimal productive workflow.
• The replaceable photoconductor belt allows like-new print quality, so even as the number of impressions grows, the quality doesn’t drop off. Quality is maintained as consistently as when the printer hit the first 100 million mark.