Xerox’s latest inkjet innovations, the Xerox Brenva HD Production Inkjet Press and Direct to Object Inkjet Printer, were recognised as 2016 MUST SEE ‘EMS award winners.
Xerox’s advancements in both automated workflow and personalisation solutions were also recognised with awards for FreeFlow Core 5.0, FreeFlow Digital Publisher and XMPie’s Campaigns-on-Demand. The annual MUST SEE ‘EMS competition recognises the most compelling new products being shown at Graph Expo and is presented by the show’s producers, the Graphic Arts Show Company.
The Xerox products honoured include:
– Brenva HD combines the cost effectiveness of inkjet with the flexibilities of a cut-sheet platform while delivering high levels of productivity and low total cost of ownership. Brenva HD opens up new possibilities to print providers for inkjet entry into the transactional, light direct mail, and book markets.
– The Direct to Object Inkjet Printer provides users with a way to print 3D objects as small as bottle caps and as large as football helmets, eliminating the need for labels in many retail and manufacturing applications. It can print up to ten colours at a resolution up to 1200 dpi, at speeds up to 30 objects per hour.
Now available in two cloud configurations, FreeFlow Core 5.0 is an intelligent automation platform that streamlines prepress activities to increase productivity and reduce costs. The FreeFlow platform offers a drag-and-drop interface that allows each user to create their own unique print workflow that fits their needs.
FreeFlow Digital Publisher is a multi-channel publishing solution that automates the production of print jobs while simultaneously creating online and mobile versions of the same content for smartphone and tablet viewing, using a single, unified workflow. Two new output options, Custom Storefront and Mobile Course Packs, help print providers meet more demanding application requirements for end clients.
XMPie’s Campaigns-on-Demand solution makes multichannel campaigns easily accessible for customisation, personalisation, use, and reuse through self-service and ecommerce storefronts. Users can now take advantage of branded multichannel campaign flow patterns that include various media and build campaigns using print, web, email and mobile touchpoints.