UXBRIDGE – Xerox has added a number of finishing options to its 700 Digital Colour Press and the 4112TM/4127 TM family of products. The enhancements create more profit opportunities for print providers by expanding the range of professionally finished in-line applications that can be created, such as manuals, calendars, brochures and booklets.

Features now available on the 700 Digital Colour Press and the 4112/4127 systems include:
  • Integrated in-line Xerox SquareFold Trimmer Module that creases the cover and performs face trimming to ensure professionally finished booklets and manuals. This optional module creates square spine booklets that lie flat for easy handling, stacking and storing.
  • FreeFlow Print Server version 7, which delivers enhanced colour and monochrome image quality, an intuitive interface for simple job submission and customisable security features.
  • GBC AdvancedPunch™ that offers a versatile range of in-line punching styles to create documents that are ready for professional mechanical binding. This automates the process of printing, collating and punching to save time, maximise productivity and lower costs.
Also available for the 700 Digital Colour Press is the option to put multiple finishing options in-line – allowing for greater functionality and flexibility to run a wide variety of print jobs with a single integrated system.

The Xerox SquareFold Trimmer Module and FreeFlow Print Server version 7 for the 700 Digital Colour Press will be available for order taking in June 2009. The Xerox SquareFold Trimmer Module for the 4112/4127 is available immediately and the FreeFlow Print Server version 7 for these devices will be available in the second quarter. The GBC AdvancedPunch for both the 700 Digital Colour Press and 4112/4127 will be available at a later date. More details are available through Xerox’s direct sales force, indirect partners and concessionaires.

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