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Oce VS 9000 - a New Platform for Digital Production Printing

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Oce has launched a new platform for high speed digital web printing named VarioStream 9000.

The VS 9000 is a single pass duplex printing engine. The productivity of the first model is 800 A4 images per minute in b/w printing. The VS 9000 printer family will have versions for two color, three color, four color and five color printing. The lower versions are upgradable to the higer ones. Thus the VS 9000 offers to customers an economic migration path starting form effective b/w duplex printing to more and more color. Starting with the two color version Oce will launch the CustomeTone system for the VS9000 which offers company colors in a wide color space.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-01-01

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