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Product Overview: Model: Color 1000 Press Price: Contact Us Functions: Print Two-sided Output: Double siding /A3

Print Speed: A4 100 B&W / 100 Color ppm A3 50 B&W / 50 Color ppm

Color 1000 Press

Benefits - Color 800/1000 Presses


Delivers vibrant image quality at 2400 x 2400 dpi for excellent sharpness and uniformity watch video about the benefits of the Color 800/1000 Presses

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Produce more jobs with optional Full Width Array and Automated Color Quality Suite, a set of color management tools that automate time-consuming tasks. Color-critical jobs can be completed faster, while maintaining consistent, accurate image quality. Outstanding midtones, crisp text, pure neutrals, detailed shadows, bright highlights and excellent photo rendering are perfect for producing today's hot specialty photo applications Optional fifth print station for clear dry ink expands creative capabilities and impact of prints with the addition of clear effects (spot and addressable), helping capture more high-value applications learn more about clear dry ink (PDF) take a tour of clear dry ink (video) learn how to design with clear dry ink (video)

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Broad media latitude accommodates stocks from lightweight 55 gsm to 350 gsm (15 lb. bond to 130 lb. cover) at full-rated speeds of 80 to 100 ppm so users can print anything from lightweight mailers that save on postage to thick, heavyweight photo keepsake applications. With sheet sizes up to 13" x 19.2", the presses can handle multi-up jobs and accommodate applications needing full-bleed trim. Low-melt EA Dry Ink requires no fuser oil to deliver a smooth, offset-like finish at high speeds Flexible finishing options allow systems to be custom-built to specific volume and application needs that expand as your business grows Innovative design offers two 2,000-sheet trays positioned below the print engine, providing

a smaller footprint compared to other systems. An optional Oversized High Capacity Feeder with two additional trays can increase capacity up to 8,000 sheets for longer unattended run time. Advanced imaging technology with new long-life photo receptors, auto-cleaning dual wire corotrons, new belt fusing, and in-line cooling module deliver high impact prints with maximum reliability Xerox Productivity Plus service lets trained operators perform routine maintenance to maximize press time. Diagnostics software alerts users when a scheduled routine is approaching, and provides step-by-step replacement procedures.


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Optional fifth dry ink station for Clear Dry Ink amplifies full-colour jobs; allowing for images and text to be highlighted for visual impact, or digital watermarks applied for artistic effect or security at full rated speed Sheet sizes range from 182 mm x 182 mm (optional 102 mm x 152 mm with post card kit fitted) up to 330 mm x 488 mm and weights from 55 gsm to 350 gsm, coated and uncoated Runs all media weights and sizes at rated speeds of 100 ppm Unique integrated design, with Standard Paper Trays engineered to be conveniently located within the print engine, reducing overall footprint High Resolution Imaging with state-of-the-art VCSEL technology provides outstanding 2400 x 2400 dpi resolution and digital halftone screens Centre Registered Paper alignment features precise front to back registration; electronic controls and sensors automatically adjust for paper size Silicon coated Teflon Fuser Belt more efficiently fuses a dynamic range of stocks at rated speed Single Pass Decurler delivers optimal sheet flatness Choice of three high-performance colour servers to best accommodate different workflows for different print environments

Key Applications.
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Ideally suited for commercial print, quick print, service bureau, data centre, print room operations, and photo printing centres Supports a wide range of high-value applications, including: o Photo books, Booklets (signature, squarefold),Brochures, Posters, Postcards, Business cards, Manuals, Proposals, Calendars, Newsletters, Trifold fliers, Z-fold, inserts, Invitations

Printing Technology
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Four-colour or five-colour printing (cyan, magenta, yellow, black, clear) Resolution: 2400 x 2400 dpi Line screens: o 150 clustered dot screen o 200 clustered dot screen o 300 clustered dot screen o 600 clustered dot screen o 200 rotated line screen Fuji Xerox EA Low Melt Dry Ink CYMK plus Clear Dry Ink Imaging (rated speed) VCSEL ROS for high speed, high accuracy, high resolution imaging 10-bit screening and non-linear Tonal Reproduction Curves Dual wire corotrons with auto cleaning technology Long life overcoated photorecptors Seamless Intermediate Belt Transfer (IBT) with retractable Bias Transfer Rollers Advanced centre registration technology for tight front-to-back registration Advanced silicon coated Teflon belt fuser technology Advanced in-line cooling module Advanced Single Pass De-curler (belt and roll technology/optimal sheet flatness) PC Graphical User Interface: o Customisable Electronic Aligner Adjustments (profiles) o Custom paper setup

Performance Rated speed: y y y y y Paper Handling

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100 ppm (A4 colour, 55 to 350 gsm). Up to 6,000 A4 4/0 or 5/0 sheets per hour Up to 3,000 A4 4/4 or 5/5 sheets per hour Up to 3,000 A3/SRA3 4/0 or 5/0 sheets per hour Up to 1,500 A3/SRA3 4/4 or 5/5 sheets per hour

Paper sources: 2 standard, 4 optional Mixed-stock jobs supported (mix up to 4 stocks in one job) Standard paper capacity: Up to 4,000 sheets (2 trays, 2,000 sheets each) Maximum paper capacity: Up to 8,000 sheets (2 standard trays and 2 optional trays, 2,000 sheets each) Throughput: o Weights: 55 to 350 gsm

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Minimum paper size: 182 mm x 182 mm Minimum paper size: 102 mm x 152 mm with optional post card kit fitted to optional Oversized High Capacity Feeder o Maximum paper size: 330 mm x 488 mm Maximum imageable area: 326 x 484 mm Two-sided printing: automatic 55 to 350 gsm Media types: o Coated papers (gloss, matt, dull, silk). o Uncoated papers o Bright papers o Carbonless paper o DocuCard o Labels o Window decals o Durable/synthetic papers o Greeting cards o Tabs o Embossed/textured papers o Artboard o Polyesters o Custom solutions
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High Capacity Feeder Module: 2 trays, up to 2,000 sheets each. Increases paper capacity up to 8,000 sheets.

Output y y Offset Catch Tray (OCT): up to 500 sheets High Capacity Stacker: up to 500 sheets top tray, 5,000 sheets main stack tray. Includes one removable cart for offline finishing (additional carts available). Available in single or dual High Capacity Stacker combinations.

Finishing y Finisher D4: up to 500 sheets top tray, 3,000 sheets stacker tray, hole punching, multiposition stapling, bi-fold booklet making, 200 sheet post press inserter. Optional Folding Module for tri-fold and Z-fold. Finisher D4 with Booklet Maker: up to 500 sheets top tray, 1,500 sheets stacker tray, hole punching, multi-position stapling, bi-fold booklet making, saddle-stitch booklet

maker, 200 sheet post press inserter. Optional Folding Module for tri-fold and Z-fold. Optional SquareFold Trimmer Module provides square fold on spine and face trim. Workflow y Fuji Xerox FreeFlow Digital Workflow Collection: a comprehensive suite of workflow products. y Colour Managed Workflow Solution, powered by ORIS. Colour Servers

Fuji Xerox FreeFlow Print Server


Extremely fast, powerful, and easy-to-use colour server. It combines Fuji Xerox?s proven experience in monochrome printing with our ConfidentColor Technology for enhanced colour management and on-demand digital production capabilities. Built-in features as exception-page programming, job forwarding, and Print Manager make job management easier

EX Print Server, powered by Fiery


May be the easiest way to get great colour. EFI made sure that the EX Print Server has the new and enhanced features that have a direct impact on your productivity. Extensive ColorWise colour-management tools make it possible to produce consistently brilliant output?out of the box.

CX Print Server, powered by Creo


An industry leader known for colour quality, goes well beyond providing excellent colour output. This colour server combines colour-management tools that yield superb digital colour with a workflow that integrates seamlessly with the offset or high-end digital colour production environment.

Fuji Xerox has designed the Color 1000 Press to bridge the divide between digital and offset printing, with a brand new engine incorporating the latest print and dry ink technology With 147 new patents, Fuji Xerox believes it has made huge technological advances while building on the best of existing print technology. Its new production printer, the Color 1000 Press takes the best features of products such as the 700 Digital Colour Press (DCP), the iGen4 110 and the DocuColor 8000AP, slotting slots nicely into the company s production portfolio. Fuji Xerox now has three full production print presses, designing the Color 1000 Press to combine the high-end print quality of the iGen family with the smaller spatial footprint of a 700DCP. Neil Whittaker, managing director, Fuji Xerox New Zealand, says, This machine is set to make a huge splash in the market. Digital and offset printing technology has been merging closer

together at an extraordinary rate and the technology we have introduced in this machine will only serve to speed up the process. Human beings process an increasing proliferation of images every waking minute of every day, making the fight to capture attention more difficult and more competitive. Fuji Xerox says that the Color 1000 Press gives production houses a creative edge taking technology that offset printers regularly use and applying it to a cost efficient digital machine. The Color 1000 Press contains the company s latest technological advances, which highlight the improvements in dry ink and machine structure that the company says will allow digital production houses to produce creative images with techniques previously only seen within the offset market. Superior image quality Alistair Egan, product manager PSBG, Fuji Xerox New Zealand, says the Color 1000 Press represents a paradigm shift in printing; it is a digital machine with the technological ability to compete with offset print machines. The latest advancement, Clear Dry ink, works like CMYK dry ink but without the colour pigmentation. Clear Dry ink can be applied as a flood coat (to the entire page) or selectively applied to the document, right down to individual pixels at 256 grey levels. Egan says, Dry ink enhances the creativity, depth and impact of a document. Golds and silvers appear more metallic, and liquids have a sheen to them that makes it seem as though they are right in front of you. Dry ink is going to change the print industry and in turn, the way images are viewed. On a basic level, Clear Dry ink can be used to print over a coloured ink, enhancing the colour and creating a gloss overlay. However, it can also be used to create watermarks and other colourless images to support a design. The company believes that this feature, not previously available on a digital production press, has allowed digital printing to step further into the offset market. Traditionally, printing on textured stock has caused many difficulties. The colour consistency can become irregular because the volume of ink that passes over the hills of the stock is not always consistent with the volume that reaches the valleys. Due to the low melting temperature of the new dry ink and the new transfer and fusing technology, Clear Dry ink does not have this problem and provides a smoother matte finish with stronger colour consistency. Dry ink not only prints well on textured stock but it has the ability to create its own texture, from a two-dimensional page to a three-dimensional image. Egan says that this is where the ability to select pixels on which to apply the ink can be advantageous. The Color 1000 Press prints the ink on to a specific section of an image and then when re-printed numerous times the section is raised without any discolouration or major visible difference to the image. A change is only noticed when the image is touched. For example, consider the texture of a basketball: raised and bumpy. Using dry ink, the Color 1000 Press can create that same texture by applying the ink in a pattern and raising sections of the image, providing a tactile sensation.

Egan says, This ink provides designers with a great benefit, particularly with direct mail pieces. The idea of being able to feel a texture, similar to that of the actual object is completely new to the digital print industry and will give production houses more freedom with their printing and design. As well as the advancement with Clear Dry ink, the Color 1000 Press has a 2400 x 2400 dpi resolution from the patented laser technology with 5,760,000 addressable dots. Egan says that this ensures exceptional image quality and fine detail for smooth colour sweeps and crisp text. Colour alignment discrepancies can compromise image quality in production presses. Caused by any movement occurring within the machine or along the paper path, these discrepancies have often caused headaches for print professionals. To combat this, the Color 1000 Press uses a technology called IReCT, software that allows pixels to be digitally moved and/or adjusted before being transferred on to media resulting in a clean image instead of an unaligned image, which can appear to have a shadow. Eco-friendly and cost efficient LARGE-scale production printing companies print hundreds of thousands of pages per month. The ink used in printing those pages can often contain solvents or harmful chemicals, requiring a significant amount of energy to melt and to adhere the ink to the paper. The Color 1000 Press is the first high-end production press to use Emulsion Aggregate-Eco Toner (EA-Eco Toner), a specific dry ink created in a controlled process combining slow-melting and sharp-melting polyester. The result has a lower melting point than standard inks, requiring 25 percent less energy. In addition, 45-50 percent less ink is required per printed page. Oil-free, the EA-Eco toner benefits printers by using a wax to create a finish that adjusts to match the gloss levels of the paper. Fuji Xerox takes great pride in its reputation for developing sustainable machines and cites this dry ink is a perfect example. However, these machines also need to be economically viable for the customer and the company has aimed the Color 1000 Press squarely at that target, with each printed page costing similar to a traditional four colour offset press with a run size between 1500 to 3000 sheets. Egan says, Despite the Color 1000 Press being a high-end production press, our aim is to make it affordable for our customers. The low print-per-page cost is an example of this. This cost is significantly lower than other machines on the market and we are keen to lead the way with this type of affordability. Improved productivity and efficiency The Color 1000 Press operates at 100 pages per minute with a 0.5mm front-to-back registration. While digital production printers appear mysterious to the lay person, with paper going in one end and printed pages coming out the other, printer service providers who look at the

specifications of the Color 1000 Press will not feel mystified by the increase in speed. A new feature, the belt roll fuser, makes this speed possible without losing image quality. The belt roll fuser consists of four rolls: an internal and external heat roll, a fixing roll and a pressure roll. The rolls are coated in Polytetrafluoroethylene (PFA) a new material developed by Fuji Xerox. The new design increases the contact between all the moving parts and ensures that energy is transferred more efficiently to the belt so it maintains a stable fusing temperature when transferring the design to paper. As a result, colour is more consistent and there is a wider range of printable colours available. The new belt roll fuser also eliminates the need for fuser oil, allowing mixed media jobs to run at the rated speed due to rapid heating and cooling. The belt can fit up to 11 images at any one time. Fuji Xerox says its seamless nature enhances image quality, ensuring high impact images at full speed. Speed matters. Machines operating at full speed mean faster job completion, more jobs on the floor and an increase in the printer s bottom line. Fuji Xerox understands this cycle, making increased productivity a significant focus for the Color 1000 Press. For instance, the creators of the Color 1000 Press knew that the paper path is a vital factor in achieving the machine s operating speed of 100 pages per minute. The paper path in the Color 1000 Press is specifically designed to be as straight as possible, resulting in not only a shorter distance for the paper to travel but minimal curves so that machine can support heavier stocks without the risk of paper distortion. The Color 1000 Press possesses the ability to process stock up to 350gsm with auto duplexing, which in turn aids efficiency, as printers can print multiple runs on different stocks within the same machine. Saving rollers and controlling temperature While not visible to the naked eye, paper can often end up with burr marks along the side edge because of poor guillotining. This not only leaves the paper imperfect but also damages the rollers in the paper path, with the burr marks leaving little indents that increase overtime, resulting in the rollers requiring replacement more often. To solve this problem, Fuji Xerox developed another new technology: the deburring unit. This unit sits above the paper trays and the side edges of documents are pressed between two metal rollers to flatten them out. One of the biggest differences between a production quality press and an office multifunction device is the temperature generated. A production press requires specific temperature settings, something not generally available in an office environment. The Color 1000 Press bridges this gap with its Air Assist technology. The machine has four air blowers, which results in a significant increase in airflow. Positioned next to the fusing process, the cooling unit cools down the sheet, which has been heated up by the fuser. This minimises paper distortion and ensures the paper does not stick to other documents on the tray through melted ink adhering together. Embrace new technology and grow business Created for superior image quality, print flexibility and high productivity standards, the Color

1000 Press is a production print machine that can enable production houses to grow their businesses. The Color 1000 Press enhances the Fuji Xerox portfolio and displays the company s willingness to embrace new technology. Fuji Xerox cites the Clear Dry ink and EA-Eco toner as great examples of this and also of how technology continues its evolution in the print industry. The dry ink used in the Colour 1000 now behaves more like liquid ink in traditional printing and the construction of the Color 1000 Press also favours a more condensed style, straightening out the paper path while keeping the footprint small. Fuji Xerox continues to stake its claim as a leader in the digital print production market. The arrival of the Color 1000 Press makes this crystal clear.
ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 20, 2010 In a world where high def has quickly become the norm and paper flies through printers at ever increasing speeds, researchers at Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) and Fuji Xerox have developed technology to meet the challenge of printing high definition images at speeds of 80 to 100 pages per minute.

Five new Xerox innovations under the hood set these new digital presses apart from anything ever designed, by addressing a print provider s need for vibrant image quality and the ability to complete complex jobs faster.

With paper moving at these speeds, there are countless engineering challenges along the way, said David Mueller, engineering manager of the new Xerox Color 800/1000 Presses. The technologies we developed, especially the new fuser and clear toner, really push the envelope in terms of how these presses perform.

The new technologies include:


Clear EA toner This transparent dry ink is a new formula of Xerox s ultra low-melt EA (Emulsion Aggregation) toner. Developed jointly by researchers at Fuji Xerox and the Xerox Research Centre of Canada, it uses no fuser oil and gives images a smooth offset-like finish. The clear toner also adds visual variety. Highlighted images appear to pop off the page, and customers can use the feature to draw attention to headlines, variable text, photos, logos or images and create a range of artistic digital effects including watermarks. Long-life photoreceptor The presses feature a new photoreceptor with a protective overcoat that lasts twice as long as conventional technologies, As a result, the photoreceptor, which is the light-sensitive drum used to transfer the image to paper, can withstand making up to 800,000 impressions. Seamless Intermediate Belt Transfer System (IBT) This technology makes it easier for operators to set up jobs on varying sized media. It also makes it possible to add a fifth station for clear toner.

New Fuser The Belt Roller Fuser (BRF) has a set of heated rollers that heats the fuser belt and melts or fuses the toner into the paper. This new fuser lasts twice as long as previous fusers and transfers heat more efficiently. As a result, the presses deliver stable image quality as well as extended service life. Inline Belt Cooling Printing at high speed does not allow time for paper to cool while it travels through the system. This high temperature can cause toner and paper to stick together in finishing devices. Researchers solved this problem by lowering the temperature of the paper as it passes by cooling belts.

These new digital presses are a great example of what Xerox s ingenuity and collaborative innovation can achieve, said Sophie Vandebroek, Xerox s chief technology officer and president of the Xerox Innovation Group. Our research and engineering teams in the United States and Canada, along with our joint venture partner, Fuji Xerox, in Japan, invented and commercialized breakthrough technology that opens up an array of profitable business opportunities for our customers.

About Xerox Xerox Corporation is a $22 billion leading global enterprise for business process and document management. Through its broad portfolio of technology and services, Xerox provides the essential backoffice support that clears the way for clients to focus on what they do best: their real business. Headquartered in Norwalk, Conn., Xerox provides leading-edge document technology, services, software and genuine Xerox supplies for graphic communication and office printing environments of any size. Through ACS, A Xerox Company, which Xerox acquired in February 2010, Xerox also offers extensive business process outsourcing and IT outsourcing services, including data processing, HR benefits management, finance support, and customer relationship management services for commercial and government organizations worldwide. The 130,000 people of Xerox serve clients in more than 160 countries. For more information, visit http://www.xerox.com, http://news.xerox.com or http://www.acs-inc.com. For investor information, visit http://www.xerox.com/investor.

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