Xerox launches new Versant presses

Xerox has introduced two new Versant digital presses, the Versant 3100 and 180, as well as a Versant 180 Performance Package. Both of these have already been on sale in the far East through Fuji Xerox since October of last year but should now be generally available.

Xerox has launched this Versant 180 with improved capacity and automation.

These new models feature increased duty cycles and the ability to print from 80 to 100 pages per minute, on stocks up to 350 gsm. They have integrated technology such as Registration Alignment and Production Accurate Registration ensure image-to-media alignment and density uniformity. They have advanced feeding capabilities for longer, uninterrupted print runs with inline finishing options including an Inserter, Basic Punch, the SquareFold Trimmer and Two-Sided Trimmer.

The Versant 180 Performance Package includes Xerox’s Automated Color Quality Suite with an inline spectrophotometer to provide fully automated colour management.

Ragni Mehta, vice president and general manager for Xerox’s Cut Sheet Business,, commented: “The new Versant family adds enhanced automation features to maximize uptime, reduce waste, deliver faster turnaround times and expand application opportunities.”




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