exhibition in Birminham closed its doors on 25th May. A great sound and light show for our two consultants, and an opportunity for DataMaster
to check out the leading machines of the exhibition.
- In honour of the exhibition, at the Konica-Minolta stand, the famous Press C8000 which, along with the C7000/6000, will have the hard task of replacing the C6501 and C6501e launched in 2008. Konica Minolta also used the Ipex to highlight its new Simitri HS toner on the Pro and HD+ Press versions as well as the S.E.A.D. imaging technology (Screen Enhancing Active Digital) which improves image quality, color uniformity and text sharpness.
- On the color side at Canon, there was the new iR Advance C9070, ImagePress C6000VP and C7000VP coupled with the black and white ImagePress 1135 and the all new iR Advance 8105 (the replacement for the iR7105). The brand is highlighting color, and announcing the renewal of the C6000VP and C7000VP. Watch out for the C6010VP and C7010VP coming soon ...
- The Color Press 800 and 1000 took the place of honour on the Xerox stand! mainly because of the fifth color integrated on the machines. The clear toner Fuji Xerox presented at the exhibition can give prints a brilliance and a glaze for presentations and texts. Another caracteristic of this toner is that it can integrate digital watermarks in the background of presentations, like a selective varnish.
- Lastly, Ricoh presented the new Pro C720s, a 72ppm digital press based on the engine of the now very famous Pro C900s. The stand highlighted the various printing media (plastic, magnetic, etc.)