UXBRIDGE, U.K., May 20, 2015 – Producing wide-format applications faster with spot-on image quality is the promise of the new Performance Package designed for the Xerox Wide Format IJP 2000. The optional package combines patented Xerox technology and scanning solutions, for advanced image quality management and multifunction capabilities.
With the enhanced image quality management of the new Performance Package, more high coverage jobs can be produced faster, by optimising print-head performance across the media width. Meanwhile, the scan-to-print and scan-to-file capabilities available through the Xerox 7742 Scan Solution allows colour or black and white wide format documents to be copied or scanned.
The Performance Package runs on the IJP 2000's Caldera GrandRIP+, with an intuitive user interface, allowing the workflow to remain centralised and simple. The system’s quick calibration process delivers consistent and optimal image quality on full-colour posters, and opens up new applications for high speed, single pass wide format printing.
The IJP 2000 prints as fast as 4,520 square feet/420 square metres per hour, producing high-quality colour signs in as little as five seconds, 30-foot/10-metre banners in one minute and production runs of 200 prints in approximately 20 minutes, on media as wide as 42 inches/107 centimetres.
The IJP 2000 with the Performance Package and the recently launched Fotoba FHS42 Cutter will both be on display at FESPA 2015 in Cologne, Germany from May 18-21.
The Xerox Wide Format IJP 2000 Performance Package is available immediately worldwide as a retrofit or an optional add-on.
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Robert Corbishley, Xerox
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