Nipson Showcases Latest Model 8000 At Graphitec 2003 In Paris
Press release from the issuing company
Belfort, France (March 19, 2003) - Nipson, manufacturer of high-speed digital printing systems, will showcase the latest version of the Nipson 8000 digital press at GRAPHITEC 2003, the Printing and Media Technologies exhibition in Paris, France. The Nipson 8000, with Twin Engine Duplex (TED) configuration, is capable of printing any application over 1,000 pages a minute at 600dpi, making it one of the fastest toner-based printers on the market today.
The press, ideal for print-on-demand, book-on-demand, direct mail, transaction and security applications, is available for immediate shipment worldwide. This new high quality high speed version and a wide range of digital print applications using Nipson’s cold-fusion magnetographic printing will be featured at Nipson’s Booth, #4A88, at GRAPHITEC 2003 Paris-Expo, Porte de Versailles, France, March 19 through 22, 2003. At Graphitec, Nipson will show the 8000 integrated with Hunkeler finishing equipment enabling the on-line production of 3-up book blocks. A security application with data integrity control will also be demonstrated in partnership with 2J-Impression.
"We are very happy to unveil the latest version of the Nipson 8000 to the French market here at Graphitec," says Marc Blanpain, president of Nipson SAS. "The impressive speed of the system combined with its ability to print on a wide range of substrates, gives printers a flexible array of options to compete in today’s tough marketplace. It is the way Nipson digital printing is continuing to provide solutions for printers to compete in the real world."
For more information about Nipson and its activities at Graphitec 2003, contact NIPSON SAS, Tel.: +33 3 84 54 5000, Fax: +33 3 84 54 5218. Contact information for Nipson’s worldwide network is available by visiting www.nipson.com.
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