Xerox enhances C60/C70 printers

Xerox is to update its Colour C60/C70 printers, which are aimed at quick print shops and in-plant operations. Thus they can now handle a wider range of substrates from 60 gsm up to 256 gsm 2-sided/300 gsm 1-sided used for cards or invitations. There’s a new Paper Catalogue, an on-line library of substrate attributes.

A new feature, Simple Image Quality Adjustment (SIQA), helps maintain registration and supports difficult jobs like two-sided business cards. The upgrade also includes Closed Loop Process Controls which should lead to higher quality printing with less operator involvement.

There are also new digital front ends including Xerox’s own FreeFlow Print Server with new production colour management tools. In addition, there’s an option for an EFI Fiery NX station complete with Fiery QuickTouch technology that enables the sort of high-end production colour management that’s normally found on a more expensive device.

Anna Askels, European product marketing manager for Xerox, commented: “We’ve kept the small footprint and entry level pricing but added features normally associated with our high-end production printers.”

The new models can be ordered now and existing printers can be updated with the new features.





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