Print providers can easily print, perforate, cut and stack a job all in one run with two new inline finishing options on the Xerox Rialto™ 900 Inkjet Press. With an inline dynamic perforator and a second high capacity stacker, print shops can maximize press availability and expand into new high value application segments.
The inline dynamic perforation option enables the creation of horizontal, vertical or t-section tear offs – such as coupons, reply cards and payment stubs – opening up new opportunities in the transactional/promotional and direct mail markets. Additionally, a second high capacity stacker enables a continuous operation feature so print providers can keep presses running while unloading the other stacker.
“The Rialto 900 packs a lot of performance in a small footprint,” said Chris Irick, worldwide product marketing manager, Entry Production Inkjet, Xerox. “The new inline finishing options maximize productivity by automating the workflow and reducing manual labor.”
The inline dynamic perforator and stacker configuration with the continuous operation feature will be on display at drupa in the Xerox stand at Hall 8B A62. Xerox’s cloud-enabled automated color management solution will also be supporting the press, showcasing how print providers can simplify workflow and color management.
To learn more about the new features, please check out our road to drupa video with Chris Irick. For more information about Xerox at drupa, visit: Xerox.com/drupa.
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