Kodak launches Prosper 6000 printers

Kodak has launched its latest addition to its series of inkjet printers, the Proper 6000. This gains newly formulated inks plus improved system monitoring and can print at speeds of up to 300 metres per minute on matted and uncoated papers with a duty cycle of 90 million A4 top quality pages per month.

There are two models: the 6000C is aimed at commercial print applications requiring high-ink laydowns; the 6000P is designed specifically for publishing applications such as books and newspapers which typically use light weight paper and low to medium-ink laydowns. The ‘C’ version can also print to heavy-weight glossy and silk stock, albeit at a reduced speed of 200mpm, thanks to enhanced drying.

 


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