Videojet's G4100 Digital Imaging System Uses HP Technology For Fast, High-Resolution Printing
Press release from the issuing company
WOOD DALE, Ill. (USA) – May 26, 2005 – The new G4100 digital imaging system from Videojet Technologies Inc. combines high print resolution and throughput with unparalleled ease of use. Developed with HP thermal ink jet technology, the G4100 features a 4.25-inch printband in a single head that allows commercial printers to customize mail pieces with up to 1,200-dpi resolution for addresses, message text and graphics. At speeds up to 500 ft./min., high-resolution print jobs can be completed quickly, and the G4100’s self-wiping printheads mean hands-off cleaning and less maintenance.
“The G4100 digital imaging system allows commercial and direct mail printers to offer enhanced addressing to their customers,” says Bob Neagle, Videojet’s graphics product manager. “They can separate their business from the competition by offering mail pieces with eye-catching messages and graphics. They can say to a customer, ‘If you design it, we can print it.’”
The G4100 is priced up to 75 percent less than comparable technology, making it both a cost-effective solution and a wise capital investment for small to mid-sized commercial printers and direct mail houses. The system’s dual 775 mL ink cartridges virtually eliminate downtime. When one cartridge empties, the G4100 automatically switches to the other, so the empty cartridge can be changed while avoiding a temporary shutdown.
The G4100’s self-contained cabinet requires minimal component connections for quick set-up. Its built-in PC can be connected to the user’s local area network to monitor print jobs from a remote location. Adding an e-mail program to the PC allows the capability to e-mail job proofs directly to a customer from the G4100’s location.
For more information about Videojet’s G4100 digital imaging system, call 800-843-3610 or visit www.videojet.com.
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