VarioPrint-135/120/110

VarioPrint-135/120/110

VarioPrint-135/120/110

VarioPrint-135/120/110

Canon Digital imagePRESS B&W

Key Features:

  • Lower fusing temperature, enabling print on a wide range of media including structured and textured stocks
  • HeatXchange® and EnergyLogic® technology reduces energy consumption and creates a cleaner work environment.
  • User interface gives full control over production scheduling
  • Operator panel manages production printing, scanning and copying and advanced job editing.
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The Océ VarioPrint DP Line redefines excellence in B&W printing. It’s based on the unique new Océ DirectPress® Technology, a highly stable technology that prints consistently high-quality images on a wide range of media and produces zero ozone. The result is new standards in image consistency, intuitive operation, systems configurability and performance uptime. All to help you cut costs, reduce your environmental footprint and expand your business opportunities.

Océ DirectPress technology delivers highly stable, consistent quality. And because it uses a lower fusing temperature, you can print on a wide range of media including structured and textured stocks. Combined with Océ’s innovative HeatXchange® technology and EnergyLogic® technology, the VarioPrint DP Line helps reduce energy consumption, while providing more efficient production and a cleaner work environment.Managing print production workflow is easy with the industry leading Océ PRISMA®sync controller. The user interface gives you full control over production scheduling. You can configure the operator panel to manage production printing, scanning and copying and advanced job editing. A media driven workflow helps ensure first-time-right output. And easy integration with Océ PRISMA and other workflow solutions enhances your workflow even further. All this helps increase your operator efficiency, reduce operational and training costs and improve productivity.

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