New Oce VarioPrint 3090 Delivers Forms Handling Performance
Press release from the issuing company
Atlanta, GA—October 27, 2003— Oce, a leading provider of production-class, digital printing solutions, announced the new Océ VarioPrint? 3090 printing solution, the newest member of the Océ VarioPrint family of production-class digital cut-sheet systems. The new 85-ppm system is unparalleled as a productive solution for the midrange market. With the new system, Océ further expands the Océ VarioPrint product line and delivers on a commitment to providing industry-leading digital print solutions that can be used by more people for more work, and provide a true alternative to the market leader.
With the Océ VarioPrint 3090 printer, users can support a wider range of value-added services and deliver work more quickly, while maintaining competitive quality and pricing. Impressive flexibility in copy materials expands choices for more applications from just one system. Support for a wide range of media types provides total versatility for virtually any job a commercial printer, centralized, or decentralized printing department might encounter. The Océ VarioPrint 3090 printer can also be used for printing tasks not cost-effectively assigned to higher-speed production presses, such as proofs or short-run documents.
The flexible Océ VarioPrint 3090 system helps companies reduce the number of devices and space that need to support a wider range of applications for more users in the enterprise. The workhorse Océ VarioPrint 3090 Printer delivers a targeted monthly capacity of 300,000 prints per month and peak volumes of up to 750,000 per month, with a consistent speed of 85 8.5"x11" prints per minute. Even complex jobs with multiple media types and precise finishing requirements are handled without compromising productivity.
“The Océ VarioPrint 3090 printer provides top quality tools for production,” said Carl Joachim, vice president of marketing for Océ Printing Systems USA. “By better enabling digital document workflow, Océ VarioPrint 3090 systems help companies be more competitive through faster turnaround and easier access to information.”
The first release of the new Océ VarioPrint 3090 printer is designed to help users in centralized or decentralized corporate EDP transactional environments, or commercial operations such as print service providers or direct mail printing environments. With production-class performance, the system improves workflow for high-quality applications like statements, invoices, personalized packets, reports, packing lists, and other business-critical documents. Océ Copy Press technology and unparalleled registration accuracy deliver offset-like print quality.
A full range of automated capabilities help keep workflow running smoothly, while reducing costly, time-consuming manual labor. Productivity-boosting functionality includes full speed duplexing and online stapling and offset stacking. Four paper trays with an advanced air separation and vacuum feed system can handle almost any stock up to 11"x17" without jams or unnecessary downtime. Tray linking further reduces the delays of manual intervention. As a result, companies save time, improve the quality of deliverables, and minimize the risk of downtime.
The Océ VarioPrint 3090 system is configured with a Smart Imager-based controller with Océ’s exclusive SRA (Scaleable Raster Architecture) client providing native support for AFP/IPDS and PCL5e data streams. Additional page description languages such as PostScript, TIFF, Xerox DJDE/Metacode and line data are supported via an optional PRISMAproduction server. The Océ VarioPrint 3090 printer can be combined with Océ PRISMA workflow software solutions for a powerful approach to today’s multi-vendor document environments. Océ PRISMA software is an architected family of workflow management solutions that allow organizations to maximize the performance and cost-effectiveness of multi-vendor operations independent of location, system or print device. Océ PRISMA software eliminates the inconsistencies, investment redundancies, and other tough issues that plague both single- and multi-vendor workflows.
The Océ VarioPrint 3090 printer can also be combined with Océ PRISMAsatellite software to address the needs of mid-range data processing departments. Océ PRISMAsatellite software transforms unformatted data into value-added statements, reports and invoices through advanced formatting, insertion of color, and electronic delivery options. Océ PRISMAsatellite software gives mid-range EDP environments the tools to support document composition and e-forms overlay applications, intelligent document flow, and output management. Océ integrates e-forms and output management into a one-server concept, providing a solution that lets customers do more with fewer staff resources. E-forms help deliver the right messages and enhance documents to achieve critical communication goals. With Océ PRISMAsatellite software's fast, intelligent processing, users can streamline workflow and save money without any degradation in processing power. The Océ VarioPrint 3090 printer, coupled with PRISMAsatellite software, provides customers with increased productivity and flexible output management tools to increase their operational efficiencies and digital output.
The ecologically sound Océ VarioPrint 3090 printer continues the Océ commitment to environmental protection and performance. It has virtually no ozone emission and is designed for future recycling. The new system will be available in December 2003.
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