Videk Demonstrates Powerful Next Generation Continuous Forms Variable Data Printing And Verification Solutions At Print 05
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CHICAGO, IL – Videk and IBM are demonstrating a powerful and efficient high-volume continuous forms print line at Print 05 in Chicago. The advanced variable data print environment is ideal for print clients in a variety of industries including financial services, telecommunications, government and commercial printing. The two firms are scheduled to demonstrate the state-of-the-art solution at Videk's booth (#3079).
The Videk Print Verification System? (PVS) is able to read both sides of a 2-up duplex statement at unprecedented speeds. Multiple “regions of interest” are defined on both sides of each document. The PVS:
1) Checks readability of the bar code that is used for intelligent inserting operations;
2) Assures that the correct disclosure information is printed;
3) Performs a print quality assessment;
4) Confirms that the printing is synchronized correctly between the front and back of each page;
5) Assures print registration is correct on both sides of the 2up document;
6) Improves the efficiency of the remittance operation by verifying print registration.
The PVS can stop the print line when any of these defects are detected. “The improvements in production efficiencies, reliability, integrity and security will be significant competitive advantages for our clients,” says Tom Slechta, president, Videk.
The Videk PVS is being demonstrated on IBM's next generation IBM Infoprint 4100 model of high-speed, high-volume continuous forms printer. Driven by the new IBM Infoprint POWER Controller, IBM's flagship production printer extends the benchmark in printer performance, reliability and productivity. These new models, announced today, solidify IBM's production line as among the most powerful and efficient in the industry, delivering top quality at high speeds, while helping clients lower their overall cost of printing.
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