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Xerox takes banner and special colour to new levels

11 December 2015

Xerox has unveiled the latest capability upgrade to its Versant series 2100 and 80, where the kit can now print banner sizes (330x660mm) in production mode. Xerox also showcased the Color 1000i, capable of printing gold, silver and clear inks.

lrbalajiwithkhoslaandraju (l-r) Balaji with Khosla and Raju
Speaking to PrintWeek India, Balaji Rajagopalan, executive director, technology, channels and international distribution operations for Xerox India, said, “The Color 1000i Press is the first in the industry to offer Metallic Gold or silver dry ink at rated speed.”
 
The Color 1000i and the Versant 2100 rolls out 100 A4 pages per minute while the Versant 80 rolls out 80 A4 pages per minute, and according to Balaji, can handle a variety of media like coated and uncoated paper, cards, labels, durable/synthetic papers, polyester and also supports mixed stocks. 
 
“The Color 1000i extends the iGen press capabilities, enhancing the system productivity, media handling capabilities, auto calibration and auto registration,” said Balaji. “The Versant series with auto purge features makes printing literally uninterrupted.”
 
Giving an overview of Xerox’s market share, Balaji said, that 2015 has been a good year and till the second half of 2015, we garnered about 40% of the market share. “We have already installed more than 100 units of C60/70 alone in 2015 and hope to replicate the success with all our other devices.”
 
Xerox also showcased the FreeFlow Core, a workflow automation software. Balaji said, “The FreeFlow Core makes defining and managing workflow easier, providing all major pre-press processing functionality.”
 
Arjun Khosla, head product marketing – PSF and XWF and Raju GVSR, head of digital printing business and at Xerox India, both of whom joined the Xerox team recently, said, “With one of the strongest portfolio of digital production presses in the industry we are sure to attract a lot of prospective customers and print providers at Pamex.”
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