Callprint Continues Investment in Core Business with New Equipment Purchases and Upgrades
Monday, June 22, 2015
Press release from the issuing company
Print and visual communications specialist Callprint has announced further investment in its core businesses with several significant new equipment purchases and upgrades. These include the purchase of three new Xerox® Versant® 2100’s, an upgrade to an existing Xerox iGen 4™, the installation of a Xerox® Color J75 and RIP upgrades across all its printers within the company’s operations.
Two of the new Xerox® Versant® 2100’s have gone into Callprint’s London hub in Great Portland Street, whilst the other has also gone into its new Birmingham location additionally a new Xerox® Color J75 Press has been installed at Callprint’s new Manchester location.
The upgrade to the Xerox iGen 4™ has been carried out at Callprint’s Saffron Hill hub in London, with the addition of a larger sheet tray and an upgrade of its RIP to Fiery, whilst the company has also undertaken a major upgrade of all its printer RIPs from Creo to Fiery, to provide a more consistent working format throughout its UK operations.
The new installations and upgrades are part of the company’s on-going investment plan for its core business and have also replaced some aging equipment.
The Xerox® Versant® 2100 Presses are sheetfed SRA3-format digital colour printers delivering ultra HD resolution printing for very fine detail printing at speeds up to 100ppm across a wide variety of print media. It has duplex capabilities on weights of 52-350gsm, together with a resolution of 2400 x 2400dpi, providing quality and flexibility across a wide range of different paper weights and substrate materials, with quick turnaround capabilities.
The Xerox® Color J75 Press is a duplex colour printer that can print on a variety of coated and uncoated stocks from 64-300gsm, with a resolution of 2400 x 2400dpi, at speeds of up to 75ppm and volumes of between 20,000-75,000 pages per month.
The Xerox iGen 4™ colour press uses innovative digital technology combined with the power of automation to deliver one of the world’s most productive cut sheet digital presses. It has a resolution of 4800 x 600dpi, and can print on a wide variety of paper stocks and media up to weights of 350gsm, whilst having the largest cut-sheet size of any digital colour press 14.33” x 22.5”.
Commenting on the investment in new equipment and RIP upgrades, Callprint Group Managing Director, Steve Cheek, stated, “Our latest investment in small format technology gives Callprint increased capacity, reliability, quality and consistency across our locations, as well as now being able to print digitally on to a larger sheet size giving us the capability to produce A4 roll folds and A4 landscape booklets in small numbers.”
The investments and equipment upgrades underlines Callprint’s original statement of intention to continue to grow and develop its business operations.
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