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Intelligent Cut Sheet Media Handling

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With the recent expansion of color digital presses and systems, the demand for expanded media (paper) handling capability has set unprecedented demands on suppliers of equipment to limit the need for time-consuming set ups and re-calibrations. In the Color Print on Demand market the customer not only needs excellent color quality but the systems must be reliable and have the capability to quickly respond to a wide variety of job demands and brands of media. The ability of a system to unobtrusively understand the media(s) properties that are going to be utilized for the jobs and make appropriate real time setups is the key to a quick reliable job turnaround. The Xerox iGen3 System possesses the ability to automatically recognize hundreds of media and provide initial registration and media handling set up parameters. In addition, the iGen3 system automatically corrects for lot to lot supplier variations to continuously maintain media output quality. Xerox developed the iGen3 System as a high-speed solution for a multidimensional market requirement for Commercial Print, CRD, and Quick Print markets. With the speed and the traditional Xerox excellent service and equipment reliability, the iGen3 System will offer customers a clear advantage.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2002-01-01

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