Kodak Introduces World’s Fastest Black and White Inkjet Press
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Press release from the issuing company
New inkjet press allows printers and publishers to tie supply tightly to demand
EYSINS, SWITZERLAND – Kodak has developed the world’s fastest black and white inkjet press, the KODAK PROSPER 1000 Plus Press. The press is powered by proprietary KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology and leverages the base KODAK PROSPER 1000 Press platform with new enhancements to the transport and software capabilities. Delivering speeds of up to 1000 fpm, these enhancements enable the immediacy and versatility of digital printing for black and white applications.
More Speed for Better Publishing
With speeds of up to 4,364 A4 pages per minute, the KODAK PROSPER 1000 Plus Press is well-suited to meet the changing needs of print service providers (PSPs) in the book publishing industry. Modern publishers face demanding supply chains, shorter print runs, more frequent orders, faster cycle-times, additional demand for drop shipments and an increased need for customization. The KODAK PROSPER 1000 Plus Press enables PSPs to address these challenges with high quality, world-class speed and job customization. This powerful combination provides a tight alignment between supply and production demand.
Next-generation Printing – Today
The KODAK PROSPER 1000 Plus Press is a compact monochrome press that leverages KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology to offer one-over-one perfecting with a print width of up to 24.5 inches (62.2 cm) and speeds up to 1,000 feet per minute (300 mpm). It also joins the advanced family of KODAK PROSPER 6000 Presses in offering:
“The book printing and publishing industry has been greatly impacted by emerging digital technologies,” said Will Mansfield, Worldwide Director of Sales and Marketing for Inkjet Presses, Eastman Kodak Company. “Printers are searching for ways to produce shorter runs quickly and profitably. The KODAK PROSPER 1000 Plus Press meets these needs head on, delivering print quality and productivity akin to offset, but with the immediacy and versatility of an all-digital workflow.”
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