Combining speed, exclusive image quality and automation features to create colorful personalised communications, collateral, brochures, photo publishing and specialty products, the product automates color control, creates image-to-media alignment profiles and delivers brand-managed color in less time with less waste with an inline, integrated Full Width Array.
It maintains tight registration throughout the press from page-to-page and run-to-run with Production Accurate Registration technology.
According to the company, the press produces smooth sweeps and gradients, sharp images, graphics and text with the new Ultra HD Resolution. Applications are rendered at 1200 x 1200 dpi at up to 10 bits – that’s 300 percent more pixels and color precision rendered than the 600 x 600 dpi standard.
It also provides vibrant images with low gloss, low melt EA Dry Ink; offers consistent color across multiple printers and sites.
In terms of flexibility, it offers three controller options – the Xerox EX and EX-P 2100 Print Server, Powered by Fiery, and the Xerox FreeFlow Print Server, so users can tailor the press to their production needs. And supports an array of substrates including linen, polyester,vinyl magnet and specialty stocks.
The company explained that with the Xerox Versant 2100 Press, printers can competitively position themselves to win more new jobs and retain repeatable business with numerous workflow options. For example, with Xerox FreeFlow Core printers can automate complex prepress steps and with XMPie StoreFlow create and deliver revenue generating web-to-print portals.
With the Xerox Stock Library Manager, printers can simplify the management of paper stocks, easily adding new ones or using the preloaded validated, approved stocks.
Printers can also rely on Xerox Connect Advantage Services, which combines diagnostic technology with a team of specialists to proactively solve problems; and turn to Xerox’s ProfitAccelerator Digital Business Resources for the largest collection of business development tools and services in the industry, said the company.