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Xerox Releases Single-engine CiPress


February 12, 2013
By Jon Robinson


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At Hunkeler Innovation Days in Switzerland, Xerox unveiled CiPress 500 and 325 Single Engine Duplex machines aimed at lower-volume production – relative to the company’s existing twin-engine CiPress models.

The CiPress SED models can print duplex, one-up jobs on a narrow 9.5-inch web at 500 or 325 feet-per-minute, as represented by the model number. Xerox points out the systems are designed for producing transactional and direct marketing applications, catalogues, books and manuals.


The machines employ Xerox’s waterless inking system to print colour graphics on low-cost, plain papers. Ink monitoring reports inform printers about the amount of ink used for job costing purposes. The The CiPress SED models can be configured with Xerox FreeFlow Print Server to provide native support for IPDS, PDF, PS and VIPP.

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