March 3 2008 -- Xerox Corporation customers will have a chance to see one of the new stars in its continuous feed printer line up, the Xerox 650/1300 Monochrome Continuous Feed Printer, with all the trappings of a Hollywood premiere.
The U.S. “premiere” will take place March 4 and 5 at Xerox’s Canton, Mass. facility, near Boston. Customers can take part in an invitation-only event with a red carpet, movie-themed welcome. There they will see the recently announced Xerox 650/1300 Continuous Feed Printing System and learn how it can help print providers capitalize on the high-speed, high-volume monochrome printing market. The system will make it easier for print providers to produce books, manuals and trans-promotional applications.
There will be two sessions, at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., on each day and customers can register for an invitation at www.xerox.com/CFPremieres.
The Xerox 650/1300, Xerox’s fastest continuous feed machine yet, combines speed, ease-of-use and workflow productivity into a powerful device for service bureaus, data centers, and commercial print providers. The system uses flash-fusing technology – a unique process that does not use heat or pressure or make contact with the paper – allowing the device to print on a wider array of substrates than competitive systems.
One lucky customer at each of the red-carpet sessions will take home a prize package featuring a Universal Studios duffle bag filled with Xerox and movie-themed gifts.
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