WhatTheyThink previews Xerox's new production inkjet press
Published on February 15, 2011
Xerox announced their entry into the production inkjet market by releasing their unique, new press at Hunkeler Innovationdays. Cary Sherburne was there in Switzerland covering the release.
Hi, I'm Cary Sherburne, Senior Editor at WhatTheyThink.com and I'm here on Valentine's Day, 2011 in Lucerne, Switzerland at Hunkeler Innovationdays where Xerox has chosen to unveil its entry into the production inkjet market. What you see behind me is the Xerox Inkjet Production press, which, as yet, has not been named. And if we look over to this side you'll see the Hunkeler finishing equipment on the backend with printed material coming out of the backend of this roll-fed press.
It's solid ink, waterless, quite a different approach to inkjet than the other entries into the market. It's a 20 ½-inch page width maximum and 500 feet per minute speed.
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