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XEROX® COLORQUBE® PRINTERS AT WORK

Solid Ink

THE ORIGINS OF SOLID INK

The origins of Solid Ink begin from afar. Tektronix in Portland, Oregon (USA), a leading electronic equipment manufacturer founded in 1946, began to study how to reduce the high cost of printing in colour in 1986. In 1991, after having experimented with piezoelectric water-based inkjet technology, they launched the first A4 solid ink printer to utilise solid ink jet technology without water. The Tektronix Phaser 3, which produced brilliant and high quality prints, soon met with great success. In 1999 the world's first A3 solid ink printer was introduced onto the market. 2000 was an important year asXerox acquired the Tektronix Printing Division. As a result of this acquisition the WorkCentre C2424 was launched on the market in 2005, the first A4 Solid Ink multifunction device. In 2007, with the Phaser 8860, new standards for speed and economy of use were established; but it was in 2009 with the launch of the Xerox ColorQube 9200 series, the first solid ink multifunction printer in SRA3 format, which redefined new cost standards for colour printing. Our customers are able to save on colour printing, paying on the basis of their actual use. The success of this technology is unstoppable; today, there are more than 1 million Solid ink devices installed for thousands of customers and more than 6 billion prints produced by these devices.

FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN SAVE MONEY THANKS TO SOLID INK®

         SAVE 70% ON COLOUR PRINTING

With the revolutionary hybrid colour plan for the family of Xerox ColorQube devices, you'll have a billing method that classifies documents according to the actual amount of colour used. From now on you will no longer pay full price for printed documents with low colour coverage. Xerox ColorQube devices distribute the printed pages on three meters:

  • The first counter is black + useful colour, including all prints in black and white and those with low colour coverage. The invoiced rate is that of black and white.
  • The second meter is for daily colour use and includes all medium coverage colour printing.
  • The invoiced rate is slightly higher than the black and white rate. The third counter is expressive colour, and includes all high coverage colour prints, at a fee equivalent to the market equivalent.

         BRIGHT COLOURS AND HIGH VISUAL IMPACT

Maximum results from every single document

Brilliant and perfectly saturated colours, print after print also on economic office paper and recycled paper.

Results that always live up to expectations

With the PANTONE approved colour simulation you can obtain accurate representations of important documents.

Flexible print speeds

ColorQube allows you to print up to 4 different print settings, you choose the perfect combination of image quality and speed of implementation.

         ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

With the use of Solid ink technology you can contribute to the environment with great benefits for you.

Less waste

The solid ink sticks are cartridge-free and it do not require any packaging, therefore producing up to 90% less waste than laser devices of the same category.

Less consumable materials.

This innovative technology allows for use of few components in the printing process, in addition to the ink sticks, the only remaining component that needs be replaced is the long-term cleaning unit, with an estimated average life of 330,000 prints, this component is recyclable through the program Energy Compliance StarXerox ColorQube and meets the stringent Energy Star requirements for energy consumption.

Solid ink is non-toxic and non-staining

Xerox Solid Ink is safe to handle and does not leave stains when loading.

THE XEROX® COLORQUBE® FAMILY

The family of XEROX COLORQUBE printers and multifunction systems includes all devices that use SOLID INK technology, which will allow you to save on the cost of colour prints with the innovative 3 counter system, which recognises the percentage of colour present on the printed document and subdivides the costs on the basis of this

COLORQUBE™ 8580

COLORQUBE™ 8580

COLORQUBE™ 8880

COLORQUBE™ 8880

COLORQUBE™ 8900

COLORQUBE™ 8900

COLORQUBE™ 9301/9302/9303

COLORQUBE™ 9301/9302/9303
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