Oce Debuts Digital Print Solutions for Reproduction Firms
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO, January 29, 2001 - Oce, a global leader in digital document
management and delivery technology, today launched in North America the first in a new family of versatile and high-speed digital copiers and printing systems for centralized printing departments, service bureaus and commercial printers.
The Oce DPS400 system permits, for the first time, the concurrent scanning and printing of documents at high speeds. It also is the industry's only modular, scalable system that can handle any length production run at full engine speed, whether copying, scanning or printing. This feature, which allows pages to be printed as they are scanned and scanning ahead while a previous job is printing, significantly improves productivity in the handling of complex printing jobs.
At the system's powerful core is Oce's Image Logic(tm) technology - which
automatically enhances scanned originals and operates at a speed often
triple the rate of comparable systems - and new controller architecture,
with a state-of-the-art, high-specification Dell personal computer. The
system also features a new digital print engine, which produces prints at a rate of more than 6,000 images an hour with a resolution of 600 x 600 dpi. Overall, the Oce DPS400 enables a seamless analog-to-digital transition.
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