Xanté's popular Ilumina digital color presses now PANTONE licensed
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO -- Xanté Corporation and Pantone, Inc., the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for design and print industries, today announce that the entire line of Xanté Ilumina solutions is now PANTONE licensed. The move makes it possible for smaller shops to compete for corporate color business, and for larger printers and design shops to fulfill shorter run, production-quality jobs faster, on an alternate device.
The Xanté Ilumina series, including the new Ilumina Digital Envelope Press+ and Ilumina Digital Production Press, are now PANTONE licensed, enabling color matching for PANTONE colors. As a result, customers will see consistent color.
"Our partnership with Pantone assures Xanté Ilumina users the confidence of being able to accurately and consistently match corporate colors, thereby giving them the opportunity to offer new products to clientele. This latest development extends the "big-league" features and value of the Ilumina series," says Robert Ross, CEO and founder of Xanté.
Xanté Ilumina Digital Color Presses
The Ilumina Digital Envelope Press+
The Ilumina Digital Envelope Press+, with output on envelopes up to 13"x15", gives small to mid-sized shops the ability to print up to 60 full-color envelopes per minute. Its 600 piece input capacity supports volume production demands such as those needed for transpromo applications. All Ilumina devices can print on window envelopes.
New Ilumina Digital Production Press
New Ilumina Digital Production Press is a high capacity version of the company's best-selling digital color press. Equipped with a 530-sheet cassette capable of handling up to 12"x18" paper, the Ilumina Digital Production Press supports automated production of on demand color prints including oversized, ultra thick cover jobs.
Affordable Ilumina 502 Delivers Short-Run Color Printing on Oversized, Ultra Thick Cover
The Ilumina 502 also handles a wide range of paper weights, from text to ultra thick cover, 75 to 502 gsm, at an affordable price. Print shops can now make money producing short run four-color jobs on a wide range of substrates that have been previously unavailable for digital printing. In addition, the Ilumina 502 Digital Color Press is capable of printing on fiber-enhanced papers such as coated, textured canvas, and metallic.
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