Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Richard Romano of reports on FESPA 2013 show in London

I always enjoy reading Richard Romano’s trade-show review articles, and here’s one from Richard about the FESPA show in London.  (Richard writes for the popular printing industry web-site known as

Report From FESPA London 2013
By Richard Romano
Published: July 3, 2013

Here’s just one of the many paragraphs from his FESPA show report:

“Xerox was showcasing one of its most recent announcements, the IJP 2000, certainly one of the fastest poster printers I’ve ever seen. Being a single-pass device with stationary printheads, it’s capable of speeds of (says the spec sheet) up to 420 m2/hr. (4,520 ft2/hr), pumping out a color sign in as little as five seconds, a 30 foot banner in about a minute, and a run of 200 prints in about 20 minutes. Actual mileage will vary, of course, but it’s still much faster than the average wide-format device on the market today. Its width is 42 in (1.1m) and it can print a maximum length of 98 in (2.5m). “It’s an indoor signage printer with high productivity and high image quality, when fast turnaround is a big issue,” says Geoffrey Rummel, Xerox’s Wide-Format Manager, Graphic Communication Business Group. Xerox has already had their first sale of the IJP 2000, to a Danish bank looking to produce its own internal signage.”

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