Monday, January 12, 2009

One for our team: Massachusetts Printer Installs First Xerox Color Continuous Feed Printing System in North America

read more at Die Welt:
"Massachusetts printer Ames On-Demand is making publishing history in North America. It will be the first company to provide its customers with the fastest and most advanced toner-based, full-color, high-speed continuous feed technology available today.

Ames, which prints textbooks, lab manuals and other books for higher education publishers, will now benefit from the innovative flash-fusing technology on its newly installed Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) 980 Color Continuous Feed Printing System. Flash-fusing is a process that only heats the toner not the paper. It does not use pressure rollers or make contact with the paper, allowing the device to print on a wide array of paper stocks and specialty media."

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