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Oce Introduces Oce CPS700

Press release from the issuing company

Venlo, February 8, 2001 — Since the announcement of a brand new colour printing technology several years ago, Océ has developed the technology to the highest levels of reliability and quality. The new Océ CPS700 (Colour Production System) will be launched at CeBIT 2001 with customer deliveries scheduled for the second half of 2001 onwards. This innovative technology brings short-run colour quality to long-run jobs through unprecedented productivity, stability and ease of use. The Océ CPS700 incorporates the very latest Océ technology to bring unprecedented productivity to colour business documents. The key to this revolutionary new process lies in seven Direct Imaging units that compile a complete toner image in one quick foolproof step. The enhanced Océ Colour Copy Press then ‘presses’ that image directly onto the paper whilst Océ Image Logic software insures faithful reproduction every time. The result is a colour workhorse that gives stable colour quality across the entire print run. Unlike existing technologies, the Océ CPS700 is virtually unaffected by temperature and humidity variations. So operators can say farewell to the constant recalibration they’re used to. And they won’t be spending hours hovering over the machine either. Streamlined workflow is guaranteed with a compatible data interface and a set memory that allows jobs to be programmed while others are still running. The highly efficient engine operates at a constant 25 A4 impressions a minute whatever the media. And the short paper path means virtually no paper jams.

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