Océ expands its inkjet-based Océ JetStream product line with the launch of a new series of 30-inch monochrome printing systems, which the company describes as ideally suited for book production. Océ also heralds what it sees as a relatively small footprint for the new systems at 27 square metres, when compared to other machines in the same production class.
There are three new 30-inch monochrome systems being released, (with a four- to six-month order window) including: Océ JetStream 2300 mono, which hits a top speed of 100 metres per minute (2,020 A4/min or 328 feet per minute); Océ JetStream 3300 mono, which reaches 150 mpm (3,030 A4/min or 492 fpm); and the high-speed Océ JetStream 4300 mono, which hits 200 mpm (4,040 A4/min or 656 fpm).
All three models carry a 30-inch paper width and a printing width of 29.5 inches, while reaching an apparent resolution of 1,200 dpi. The new models use core Océ technologies like the SRA MP controller architecture and DigiDot.
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