Xerox Exhibits Wide-Format IJP 2000 With Enhanced Image Quality at FESPA 2015
COLOGNE, Germany—May 18, 2015—Producing wide-format applications faster with spot-on image quality is possible with the new Performance Package designed for the Xerox Wide-Format IJP 2000. The optional package combines patented Xerox technology and scanning solutions for advanced image quality management and multifunction capabilities.
With the enhanced image quality management, more high coverage jobs can be produced faster by correcting streaking and banding that result from variations in print-head performance, a common challenge in high-speed, single pass wide-format inkjet devices. Meanwhile, the scan-to-print and scan-to-file capabilities available through the Xerox 7742 Scan Solution allows documents with handwritten notations and amendments to be scanned then printed or filed—a necessity for technical documents.
The Performance Package runs on the IJP 2000's Caldera GrandRIP+ with an intuitive user interface, so the workflow remains centralized and simple. The calibration process takes less than 10 minutes and delivers optimal results when performed weekly as part of a regular maintenance routine.
The Xerox 7742 Scan Solution has an optical scanning resolution of 1,200 dpi, with user selectable resolutions at 50 dpi increments between 100 and 1,200 dpi. Speeds range from as fast as 6"/sec. (152 mm/sec.) for color to 13"/sec. (330 mm/sec.) for black-and-white. The maximum scanning width is 42" (1,067 mm), matching the maximum width of IJP 2000 media.
The IJP 2000 prints as fast as 4,520 sq.ft./hr. (420 sq. m/hr.), producing high-quality color signs in as little as five seconds, 30 ft. (9 m) banners in one minute and production runs of 200 prints in approximately 20 minutes, on media as wide as 42" (107 cm).
The Xerox Wide-Format IJP 2000 Performance Package is available immediately worldwide as a retrofit or an optional add-on.
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