Xerox Continues Broadening its Continuous Feed Portfolio with its Fastest-Yet Monochrome System
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY—an. 17, 2008—As it prepares for the world’s largest printing exhibition later this year, Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) launched its fastest yet continuous feed printing system that helps print providers capitalize on the high-speed, high-volume monochrome printing market. The new high-speed system makes it easier to produce books, manuals and trans-promotional applications.
At a media pre-briefing here today for drupa 2008, Xerox took the wraps off the Xerox 650/1300 Continuous Feed Printing System, which combines speed, ease-of-use and workflow productivity into a powerful device for service bureaus, data centers, and commercial print providers.
The company also highlighted new printing technologies, workflow solutions, business development services and applications that fortify Xerox’s leadership position in offering the industry’s broadest portfolio of systems and solutions.
The Xerox 650/1300 can print up to 1,308 duplex 8.5” x 11” images per minute. The system uses dry toner, xerographic imaging and flash-fusing technology – a unique process that does not use heat or pressure or make contact with the paper, allowing the device to print on a wider array of substrates than competitive systems. It is part of an array of offerings that Xerox will bring to drupa, May 29 – June 11, showcasing how graphic communications companies can expand their businesses and profit from growth opportunities in digital printing.
“drupa is the Olympics of the graphic communications industry and we’ll have a gold medal performance,” said Quincy Allen, president, Xerox Production Systems Group. “We’ll stand out as the industry’s leader for the most advanced technology, widest range of offerings, and opportunities for print providers to profit by exceeding the needs of their customers.”
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As the industry adapts to clients’ needs for more environmentally sustainable approaches to printing, Xerox is highlighting its heritage as an environmental leader and as the company of choice that helps print providers “green” their offerings. To demonstrate its decades-long commitment to sustainability, Xerox is integrating green aspects into its 3,500 square-meter booth at drupa. The exhibit is built with environmentally friendly materials, including energy-saving lighting and re-usable components.