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OKI Upgrades Wide Format with New Teriostar Multifunction Printers

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

OKI introduces LP-1040MF and the LP-2060MF with 8.5” touch screen 

Egham - OKI Europe Ltd has launched two new wide format Teriostar multifunction printers designed to boost productivity in busy design, engineering and reprographics offices where deadlines are tight and time is money. The LP-1040MF and the LP-2060MF print at super speeds; up to 7 A1 size prints per minute and up to 9 A1 size prints per minute, the fastest in their class. Scan speeds of 240 mm per second and parallel processing of tasks also help accelerate workflow and both models feature the industry’s only user-replaceable process cartridges which means projects won’t get derailed by downtime.

New features make these printers simple and intuitive to use. For example, all controls are managed at the front by a clear 8.5” colour touch screen panel which gives rapid access to frequently used menus with the improvement of the user interface. Exceptional print quality is assured with a new Print Data Converter which fixes typical problems such as speckles, slants or the kind of errors sometimes seen with scan data or file converter data.  

“With the new LP-1040MF and the LP-2060MF, we’ve retained the best of the legacy Teriostar features such as the unique photoconductor drum which is actually a cartridge that can be replaced by the user. As this is the part mainly involved when there are print defects, this can save significant time and expense for example waiting for an engineer and a replacement. To this we have added a host of new features, updating these models and creating fast, efficient and intuitive multifunction devices,” says Frank Jaenschke, General Manager Marketing, Wide Format Printers, OKI Europe Ltd.

Enhanced Teriostation2 integrated software is standard on both. This delivers complete network access to the copier and enables users to send jobs including multiple files to the printer from anywhere on the network using most common file formats TIFF, PDF and more.

New security features include identification with smart card for print, copy and scan. This prevents unauthorised use, the risk of leaving sensitive drawings uncollected, eliminates waste and controls job logs. These new models also enable the complete deletion of data on the hard disk drive (HDD) if the printer is sold or, if leased, or returned to owner.

 

 

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