XEROX TO LAUNCH C75 AND J75 PRESSES AT AFRICA PRINT EXPO

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Africa Print Expo Platinum sponsor, Xerox, will showcase the new Xerox Colour C75 Press and J75 Presses at the Africa Print Expo, taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre from 21-23 August.

With the growth of colour pages still a sweet spot for printers, Xerox’s new digital presses, the Xerox Colour C75 and J75, make it easier to capture more lucrative jobs, ranging from photo books and brochures to direct-mail pieces and catalogues.

The Xerox Colour C75 Press makes it easy to start, or expand, a digital printing business. It can run up to 75 ppm on uncoated stocks and up to 51 ppm on 177-300 gsm coated – opening up new opportunities to produce more profitable jobs. The press’s advanced scanning and copying features provide workflow efficiencies, a plus for businesses entering the digital marketplace. Optional mobile and cloud solutions offer printers new ways to do business, as jobs can be submitted and printed securely from smartphones, tablets, laptops or desktops.

‘The new Xerox Colour J75 press is geared for various production environments, including in-plant operations, quick printers, commercial printers. The press’s productivity features and media handling will appeal to both seasoned digital professionals and those entering the market,’ said Paul Haglich, Marketing Manager for Production Systems at Bytes Document Solutions. 

For commercial print shops producing high-volume, high-value applications, the Xerox Colour J75 offers additional productivity, running all paper stocks, including heavyweight up to 300 gsm, at full rated speed – 75 pages per minute (ppm). It can easily match corporate and industry colours with Xeroxs Automated Colour Quality Suite (ACQS). With ACQS’ inline spectrophotometer and colour management tools, accurate, reliable colour can be achieved with minimal operator involvement.

Pre-register for and attend the Africa Print Expo and you could win R1000: www.practicalregistrations.co.za. 

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