Patrons were treated to informative speeches highlighting how to incorporate innovative, cost effective, digital printing into their printing operations.
Organiser of the event, and graphic arts business manager for NSW, Sue Threlfo says the DocuColor 5065 now has RIPs, and is perfect for printers wanting to expand into digital printing.
“We introduced the 5065 technology to the marketplace a few months ago, but
the purpose of our evening was to bring attention to the system which now has RIPs and is fully ready to be incorporated into printing operations. The DocuColor 5065 is perfect for use as an entry level machine, after which printers can possibly grow their digital operations to an iGen, if they wish,” she says.
The key speech of the afternoon was delivered by Fuji Xerox’s industry marketing manager, Chad Pearce, who gave printers insight into the rapid digitisation of the printing market worldwide. Pearce says it’s up to printers to exploit these changes in three ways.
According to Pearce, the first way is to take advantage of the market trends by understanding the customer’s needs. The second way is by using appropriate technology and the third is by investment in professional development and the staff knowledge.
Pearce says, printers are encouraged to invest in a comprehensive entry-level system such as the DocuColor 5060 and enjoy all the direction and guidance of Fuji Xerox in building their digital enterprise.
“The development of offset printing saw businesses gradually expanding their technology with greater colour components and features and once staff had developed a business routine and knew what they were doing, the business operations expanded,” Pearce explains.
“Digital printing is the same, in the respect that Fuji Xerox has a whole range of digital printing options from the entry-level, right up to the full colour iGen and there are a whole range of options open to the business that wants to gradually grow their digital operations, says Pearce.
The DocuColor 5065 is Fuji Xerox’s latest light production digital colour device, designed to meet the unique demands of the graphic arts market.
The combination of outstanding true 2400 x 2400 dpi output quality and advanced EFI Fiery colour management technology make it the ideal solution to accelerate performance. Images are brought to life with vivid reproduction of subtle hues, natural gradations and smoother curves, while office productivity is enhanced through the device’s multifunction capabilities.
Implementing Fuji Xerox’s unique Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser (VCSEL) technology, the DocuColor 5065 achieves high resolution of true 2,400 x 2,400 dpi.32 Lines Per Scan. Using the VCSEL, the DocuColor 5065 now boasts multi-beam capabilities, allowing it to write up to 32 lines per individual scan. Up until now, conventional laser technology has only been capable of writing up to two lines per scan. As a result, the DocuColor 5065 can produce four times the resolution of previous devices while maintaining the device’s super fast output speeds of up to 50/65 ipm.
Fuji Xerox Australia continues to be a leader in helping organisations capitalise on digital printing and on-demand publishing. To achieve this, Fuji Xerox Australia endevours to provide advanced workflow solutions, business development services, and innovative breakthrough technologies.