Xerox has increased the size of its portfolio of wide-format printers with the release of the Xerox 7142 color wide-format printer that delivers high-speed and cost-effective printing, and the 6050A wide-format black-and-white printer for producing construction plans and engineering renderings.
Specifically designed for the computer-aided design (CAD) and geographic information systems (GIS) markets, the Xerox 7142 color wide-format printer is a high-speed, cost-effective option for the engineering, architectural and construction sectors.
The Xerox 7142 has printing resolutions from 360 to 2880dpi and a maximum print speed of 40 sq/metres hour, making it a standout in the industry.
The device uses the latest inkjet printing-head technology that allows control over each individual droplet size, giving finer lines and contours even at lower resolutions. The variable droplet technology allows low-cost uncoated media to be used for check plots at lower resolutions and at higher resolutions with coated media it produces high-quality output for presentation and artist impression applications.
In addition, the inkjet heads are permanent, so they never need replacing and improve reliability and drive down running costs.
Printing up to nine 594mm x 841mm (A1) images per minute and equipped with the Xerox FreeFlow Accxes Print Server, the new system enables users to keep up with the growing demand for printed architectural and engineering renderings, electrical diagrams, GIS/mapping and construction plans and drawings.
The 6050A printer offers 600 x 1200dpi print resolution and is available in four configurations – a two- or four-roll printer only, or a two- or four-roll multifunction device with an optional wide-format color scan system.