Xerox DocuPrint CF Users Choose Roll's TwoUp System
Press release from the issuing company
Burlington, MA (December 1, 2004) - Genesis Direct in Oldsmar, Florida, and the State of Tennessee Department of Finance & Administration, in Nashville, recently invested in the Roll Systems TwoUp System to provide roll-feeding and finishing for their new Xerox DocuPrint CF continuous form digital printers.
The TwoUp System cuts, slits, and merges two-across printed output into a single collated stream ready for inserting or finishing. Genesis Direct installed a TwoUp System with strip cut and gutter cut options on their Xerox DocuPrint 1000 CF printer. This optional cutting combination creates full-bleed sheets from pre-printed forms for high value applications. The State of Tennessee added the TwoUp System to their DocuPrint 850 printer.
Both Genesis Direct and the State of Tennessee chose TwoUp System models including Roll's new descending stacker module. The descending stacker features a post-cutter buffer, to buffer sheets, not the web, thereby eliminating jams caused by buffer-generated curl.
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