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Océ Introduces Three VarioPrint MICR Machines

March 22, 2011  By

Océ today announced the immediate availability of three MICR-enabled machines in its VarioPrint 6000 line, for printing both standard and magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) documents on a single hybrid cut-sheet platform.

“For years, print professionals relied on dedicated MICR devices to produce checks and other negotiable documents. Today, our focus is on flexible solutions that balance fast, secure MICR printing with the versatility to do more with one machine,” said Eric DeGoeijen, VP, Product Marketing, Océ Production Printing Systems.

The three toner-based machines with MICR capabilities include the VarioPrint 6160 MICR, 6200 MICR and the 6250 MICR. The VarioPrint 6000 line itself is designed to produce up to 160, 190 or 234 duplex prints per minute. Océ rates the machine with a monthly duty cycles of up to 7.5-million prints. 


“There’s a significant advantage in not having to purchase, run and maintain separate devices for check printing and regular applications,” said Dave Erlandson, General Manager at the PODi consulting firm. “With a hybrid solution like the Océ VarioPrint MICR system, users can take on more work, offer more services and maximize their printing resources.”

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