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HD Ultra X 42-inch Scanner Gains Lion’s Share of Sales in Contex's New Series

Friday, October 04, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Chantilly, Va. – Contex, the world leader in large format scanning, today announces that the new 42-inch scanner has outsold all other models in the HD Ultra X series. The new series, which boasts unparalleled technological advancements, is outpacing sales expectations, while garnering rave reviews from the scanning community. Of the three available widths in the series, 36-, 42-, and 60-inches, the 42-inch model is the most popular to date. 


“The HD Ultra X scanner series is proving to be one of our most successful scanner series in Contex’s history, and much like the 36- and 60-inch models, sales for the 42-inch has exceeded our expectations,” comments Steve Blanken, General Manager, Contex Americas. "Many customers are choosing the 42-inch scanner because its width is well-suited for a variety of applications, but the scanner is in close competition with the other models in the HD Ultra X series."

Reprographic shops, museums, government agencies, among others, use the HD Ultra X scanner to capture an array of large format documents such as CAD and engineering drawings, artwork, maps, and more. The HD Ultra X boasts numerous technological advancements that have set a new standard in large format scanning. For example, its unprecedented scanning speed of 17.8 ips and productivity boosters dramatically reduce production time. Customers also appreciate the true size detection and instant-ON capabilities, as well as its throttle buffer control, which eliminates scanner pauses. This allows operators to continuously feed documents without waiting for scanned data to be processed.

For more information, visit a Contex distributor, or contact info@contex.com

 

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