A couple months after introducing the Prosper S10 monochrome machine, based on its Stream continuous inkjet technology, Kodak has now unveiled the lower-end Prosper S5, which still carries a rated speed of 500 feet per minute (152 metres per minute) while printing at a resolution of 600 dpi.
The Prosper S5 Imprinting System can be field upgraded to the Prosper S10. “With the Prosper S5 Imprinting System, we are broadening market accessibility to Stream Inkjet Technology,” said Kevin Joyce, Kodak’s Worldwide Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Digital Printing Solutions.
The system, which has a print width of 10.56 centimeters (4.16 inches), is unique in that it jets pigment-based inks. In addition to these two models, Kodak has also introduced the Prosper 1000 press for books and direct mail, as well as the Prosper 5000XL for books, direct mail, catalogues/inserts and magazines.
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