Xerox Corp. has introduced the Xerox Baltoro HF Inkjet Press, a cut-sheet production press designed to print high-volume, transactional work and high-quality direct mail and catalogs on a single press.
According to the Norwalk-headquartered company, the entry-level class Baltoro HF delivers high definition 1200 x 1200 dpi image quality without requiring priming solutions or precoats to condition the print media. Xerox said in a press release that the new product aims to reduce press size, power consumption and printing costs while increasing productivity.
“We engineered the Baltoro HF by leveraging the best of our iGen and High Fusion inkjet technologies,” said Tracey Koziol, senior vice president of global offerings at Xerox. “The result is a breakthrough platform that expands into the commercial print environment and supports high-quality production with economics similar to offset printing. Designing and manufacturing the Baltoro HF from the frame to the engine gives us a greater ability to continuously advance the platform at a faster clip.”