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  • 200 Fuji Xerox J75 printers sold since February

    The Fuji Xerox Color C75/J75 has made a massive impact in the Australian digital printing industry with almost 200 printers sold since its release in February 2013.

    The Fuji Xerox C75/J75 Color presses were designed based on the feedback of small to medium sized digital businesses across Australia. According to Mark Williams, product marketing manager at Fuji Xerox Australia, on average the presses have increased its customers’ monthly print volumes by 66 per cent when compared to the previous model 700 Digital Color Press.

    The printers feature an automatic inline spectrophotometer system called the ACQS, which according to Fuji Xerox delivers quick and simple monitoring and calibration. The adjustment control system called Simple Imaging Quality Adjustment (SIQA) monitors the input/output density or colour variation and quickly corrects any discrepancy. 

    “They are fast becoming the most popular digital presses on the market, and the features continue to enable new applications. The automation system improvements with ACQS and SIQA controls continue to ensure businesses remain focused on producing more work, with less time spent in print make-ready and maintenance,” said Williams.

    Brisbane-based offset operation the Kuhn Group was outsourcing all of its digital work. “We sent out a test file to the Color J75 Press and its print was the closest result to our Komori press. We have now moved to a new facility and built a room to house our digital machine.

    “We felt that the Color J75 Press was the most cost-effective machine for the type of work we’re doing. It now handles the work we used to send out, gives us control over it, and lets us build the digital side of our business,” said Walter Kuhn, director of the Kuhn Group said.

    Sydney-based Kwik Kopy Circular Quay was one of the first to take hold of a Colour J75 Press when it was installed at the end of March.

    “It has been a good, consistent performer. Its hallmarks have been its reliability and consistency,” said Nicholas Tuit, owner, Kwik Kopy Circular Quay.uf