Commercial printer invests in Xerox 770 to increase output
Short-run digital colour printing just got a lot faster for one commercial printer from Rochester, Kent, reports Print Week.
24Hour Printline have invested in a Xerox 770 digital press which is set to increase the output of the company considerably. According to business-owner John Browne, over 50 per cent of company turnover can be directly attributed to its digital output.
With the Xerox 770 offering output speeds of up to 71ppm at a resolution of 2,400dpi x 2,400dpi, its the perfect addition to any business who are looking to invest in graphics printers for direct mail, photo publishing and marketing purposes, says Xerox.com's product specification.
For Mr Browne, he says that the Xerox 770 enables the company to offer a "variable data printing service to complement our existing litho and conventional digital print facilities".
He added that the Xerox 770 is "certainly faster and more productive" than 24Hour Printline's existing model, the 700.
"I'm also very impressed with the effectiveness of its duplex printing on 300gsm media. The quality of the finished article is noticeably improved, too," he said.
The Xerox 770 can automatically print two-sided on coated paper up to 100 lb. cover / 300 g/m2. Its finishing options include face-trimming, saddle-stitching, punching, square-folding, trimming, stacking, multi-position stapling, and tri-folding.