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New Xerox 800/1000 Presses

April 19, 2010
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At the On Demand conference this morning, Xerox announced the North American release of its new 800 and 1000 model presses, described as sitting just under the production capacity of a DocuColor iGen3/iGen4, and above the company’s DocuColor 7002/8002 systems.

The new Xerox 800 and 1000 machines can produce up to 80 and 100 pages per minute, respectively, while reaching a resolution of up to 2,400 x 2,400 dpi. The machines can handle stocks from 55 to 350 gsm, working with a maximum sheet size of up to 13 x 19.2 inches. Employing Xerox’ recently developed low-melt Emulsion Aggregation (EA) toner, the machines are also available with an optional clear dry ink station.

Xerox 800/1000 presses can include two 2,000 sheet trays, as well as an optional high-capacity feeder with two additional trays to increase capacity to 8,000 sheets. From a front-end perspective, the new machines can be integrated with Xerox’s FreeFlow Print Server and EX Print Server (Fiery), and eventually with the Xerox CX Print Server (Creo).


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