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Xanté to Premiere New Technology at Graph Expo Opening

Monday, October 08, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Celebrating Must See 'ems Award Win for Excelagraphix 4200, Powered by Memjet
Revved-up iQueue Workflow Adds More Control of Color and Resolution; Includes Site License

Attendees who make their way to Xanté booth #2449 on opening day of Graph Expo will be the first to see a major product line development from the company. In addition, Xanté is showcasing its 2012 Must See 'ems award winner, the Excelagraphix 4200. The company will also turn the spotlight on its increasingly popular iQueue workflow technology, now including a larger number of precision controls for color and image variables; as well as new reporting functionality.
 
Xanté is showing its new and award-winning technology at Graph Expo, taking place October 7-10, 2012, at McCormick Place South in Chicago.    
 
Xante Excelagraphix, powered by Memjet
Xante's Excelagraphix solution won a Must See 'ems award in the "Pressroom - Wide-Format" category. According to the show organization, entries in the Must See 'ems were placed for judging in 11 individual categories. Winners were selected by a panel of industry experts, journalists and consultants who based their choices on the impact they believe these technologies will have on the industry.
 
"We're privileged that the esteemed panel of industry notables found the Excelagraphix 4200 worthy of the coveted Must See 'ems distinction," Xanté Founder and CEO Robert Ross says. "The technology truly is a breakthrough in the marketplace, and the interest shown in the product reflects just that. The entire Xanté team is humbled and thankful for this honor."
 
Unrivaled speed and performance
The Excelagraphix 4200 high-speed wide format inkjet printing system features Memjet Waterfall Printhead Technology, which delivers print speeds up to 12" per second.
 
The 42-inch wide inkjet printing system brings this unrivaled speed (at 1600 x 1600 dpi), performance and affordability to short-run and variable data color printing through to packaging - including folding carton and corrugated cardboard. Xanté's exclusive substrate support gives customers the ability to print indoor signage and design graphics through a simple print path height adjustment on the Excelagraphix 4200.
 
iQueue Ultimate
iQueue 7 Ultimate is the new multi-user workflow designed for professional digital printing systems.
 
iQueue possesses the most advanced color intelligence available for all Xanté products, making it easy to manage multiple projects, make independent CMYK / density adjustments, match critical spot colors; and select the desired feed, media type, resolution, linescreen, and dot shape. Users can also track press consumables, multiple run counts, and job costs from any user workstation.
 
Product unveiling live at the show
Brand new Xanté technology will be unveiled live at the booth on opening day of the show. Show attendees should be sure to visit booth #2449 to have the first opportunity to see the solution, and learn more about its show-stopping features.

 

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