Xerox has announced two new optional capabilities for the iGen 5: the extra-long sheet (XLS) and Fluorescent Yellow Dry Ink.
The iGen 5 XLS enables up to a 35-inch sheet sie, prints at rated speed and has production feeding and stacking. With extra-long capabilities, printers can deliver more pieces per sheet, increasing application productivity of the iGen 5 by up to 25 per cent. Print providers can increase the versatility of the iGen 5 by targeting additional applications such as 4-panel brochures, book covers, banners, large-format clings, panoramic artwork and multi-up printing.
Printers also now have the option to utilise the iGen 5’s fifth print station to run Fluorescent Yellow Dry Ink in addition to orange, green and blue gamut extension colours as well as white and clear.
Expanding the press’ colour capabilities enables print providers to offer a distinct selection of spot and flood effects, photo and colour enhancements and watermarks. Specially formulated to glow under UV light, this ink also provides optionality for high-value jobs such as Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) caution and safety signage, book covers, dust jackets, folding cartons, direct mailers and collaterals. When running speciality effects, Xerox FreeFlow Core batches jobs by Specialty Dry Ink, ensuring the flow of work is seamless.
“The way colours are printed continues to evolve as toner technology becomes increasingly more sophisticated. As a pioneer in toner and colour technology, Xerox has spearheaded developing new capabilities that allow printers to push past the boundaries of commodity print, without sacrificing productivity or quality. The Fluorescent Yellow Dry Ink for the iGen 5 is another example of this,” says Koziol.
The iGen 5 XLS and Fluorescent Yellow Dry Ink will be available for order taking starting on Oct. 3 in the Americas and in the fourth-quarter of 2019 for the other regions served by Xerox.