Behind Curtain Number Three...
It was the new iGen4, scheduled to launch in September, that was walled off and viewable by appointment only on the Xerox stand. According to the company, this machine is 25 to 35 percent more productive than the iGen3 (which will still be sold) and features an Auto Density Control sensor, in-line spectrophotometer and use of a dry ink “carrier” in place of developer for more consistent color and printing. Among its Drupa product introductions was the entry-level Xerox 700 digital color press, which uses low-melt EA toner to print 70 ppm at 2,400 dpi.
- DRUPA S STANDING