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iSys Announces the iTerra Mi875

Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

iSYS – The Imaging System Group, Inc. proudly announces it newest log printer, the iTerra Mi875, specifically designed for the Oil and Gas Industry. The Mi875 allows users to print blistering fast, color on demand well logs.  Multiple Mi875 beta units have been placed worldwide; both rack mount and desktop versions will be available in March 2012. 

The Mi875 prints continuous logs at up to 1600 dpi using Memjet’s inkjet technology and is positioned to become the leading printer for log truck printing applications based on speed, quality and durability.

“The proof is in the printing and the future is in the color, speed and quality of the print all at a cost effective price. The industry has been asking for a high speed color solution for their truck and rig printing applications, the Mi875 is designed with fewer moving parts, resulting in less down time. The Mi875 has raised the bar for log printing,” said Terry Reese Director of Sales for iSys.

The Mi875 incorporates an automatic cutter, top of form, a multi-copy function and new print head technology that eliminates the need for multiple print heads. With the combination of unbelievable print speed, quality, ease of use and large ink jet cartridges (250 ml.), the Mi875 will provide cost effective printing today, tomorrow and in the future.

The Mi875 is also positioned for the small print center users, sales offices and remote locations. The Mi875 will be available for shipping in March 2012.  Please contact your iSys Sales Representative at sales@isys-group.com or call 1-866-415-4797.


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