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(June 2009) posted on Mon Jun 22, 2009

High-speed presses for 4-color, vaiable-date output.

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The company also offers its rollfed Versamark systems, which feature inkjet technology The Kodak Versamark V-series is a modular system with print widths up to approximately 18 in. and resolutions as high as 600 dpi. The V-series printers offer a choice of controllers, as well as pre-and post-production options such as roll unwind, perforating, fanfolding, sheeting, and stacking. The Versamark VT3000 features speeds up to 500 fpm, resolution of 300 x 600 dpi, and is compatible with a range of preprinted or blank rollfed paper from 60 to 160 gsm. Kodak offers two other presses in the V series as well as a D series of printers (narrower systems typically aimed at the commercial and mailing markets to print variable data on labels and envelopes).

MGI Digital Graphic Technology
MGI’s Meteor DP60 Pro accepts media sizes of 5.5 x 7 to 13 x 19 in. and handles paper substrates from 70 to 350 gsm and plastic substrates from 4 to 16 mil. The DP60 contains three 500-sheet capacity trays and a large-capacity loader for up to 3000 sheets; prints at 2400 dpi max; and reaches a speed of 3900 A4 sheets/hour. This machine offers vibration reduction, oil-free toners, automatic duplexing and includes an EFI Fiery RIP with ColorWise Pro tools and integrated swatches. The company also offers the Meteor DP60 Paper, designed exclusively for paper substrates and synthetics such as Teslin. Both DP60 models have full variable-data capabilities.
The company’s Meteor DP40 Pro press accommodates media up to 12.25 x 18 in., offers resolutions up to 1800 dpi, and 4-color toner printing speeds up 2100 pph. With a maximum sheet capacity of 5750, the press is compatible with a wide variety of paper and plastic substrates from 60 to 320 gsm; it offers automatic duplexing for media up to 260 gsm. The machine includes an EFI Fiery RIP and Genebase software for variable-data processing. Options include auto color calibration via an integrated spectrodensitometer, an offline UV varnish, and a PowerLam hot-roll laminator.