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Sep 27, 2010 12:00 AM
Xerox Corp. will showcase the Color 1000 Press at Graph Expo 2010. Introduced earlier this year, it offers sharp images and quick turnaround times needed for sophisticated sales collateral, direct marketing pieces and photo publishing products.
Global graphic communications companies report that the presses’ optional clear dry ink – which puts a clear layer on images and text – quickly has become a competitive advantage. The feature highlights images or text, draws attention to headlines or variable content and applies digital watermarks for artistic effect or security purposes.
Xerox’s Standard Finisher Plus is now available. It stacks, staples and hole punches 55 – 300 gsm coated or uncoated paper. It also allows users to create premium booklets and manuals by creating a link between the print engine and additional third-party finishing options. These include GBC’s eBinder, which takes printed pages and automatically binds at the rated speed of the digital press to produce layflat books in continuous operation; and the Plockmatic Pro 30 Professional Booklet Maker, which produces 30-sheet / 120-page booklets with square edges (an optional bleed trim module is available).
The finishing options are available now in North America and Europe, and in a phased launch worldwide.