Fuji Xerox introduces Colour 1000i Press which is the industry’s first xerographic production press to offer both metallic Gold and Silver Dry Inks. It will be available in the Asia Pacific region including China. It is aim at high end professional printing market.
The new Gold and Silver Dry Inks are developed by applying Fuji Xerox Emulsion Aggregation (EA) technology. Originally, the ellipsoid-shaped inks, with flat reflective pigments were completely covered by toner particles. By orientating the reflective pigment particles in parallel to the print media, it allows the reflective pigments to reflect light after the image is fused onto the media, thereby achieving a metallic appearance. In addition, the reflective pigments do not allow light to pass through, and enabling metallic printing on various media. With these new Dry Inks, what has been conventionally achieved using offset print can now be delivered through a single production printer, which improves workflows for print companies and thus contribute to the expansion of business with increase printing applications with the God and Silver Dry Inks.
The Compere and the Speakers
Takashi Nawata, Senior General Manager of Marketing, Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific. He sets marketing directions, solutions and services and also other marketing initiatives.
Yamazaki Toru, General Manager, Production Go-To-Market, Marketing, Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific. He leads the Production Business and the Graphic Communications Group in strategic directions, driving sales and marketing initiatives.
Daniel Kwintner, Director, Ingenious Design Pte Ltd. Daniel gave a talk about design challenges and why is product packaging important.
At the opening, a short dance was executed by a China dancer using umbrella. Interestingly, both the Gold and Silver umbrella were featured to remind us of the Gold and Silver Dry Inks.
Fuji Xerox, founded in 1962, is a leading company in the Document Services and Communication field. It provides solution and services to help customers resolves their business challenges. The company is a 75-25 joint venture between Fujifilm Holdings Corporation and Xerox Corporation.
To Summarise, Color 1000i Press allows
1. Fine-tuning of digital prints and digital profit potential.
2. Boost productivity and achieve accurate, fast and consistent colour.
3. Help customers to be more creative with a choice of Specialty Dry Inks.
4. Precision engineering built for client applications.
5. Outstanding results with prefect finish.
6. Business to keep moving ahead.
At the end of the event, we were treated to a Media Appreciation Lunch and Chinese New Year Lo-Hei.
In conclusion, the new Fuji Xerox Color 1000i Press, should benefit companies in term of creativity, workflow, time and money. This is a relatively significant improvement to the printing industry.
The photos and write-up were completed by Derrick See
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