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Ilse Jurriën : March 7th 2006 - 00:35 CET

Kodak Nexpress 2500 digital color press at IPEX 2006

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KodakKodak Nexpress 2500 digital color press at IPEX 2006 : Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group unveils the new Kodak Nexpress 2500 digital color production press at IPEX 2006. This new model will be accompanied by the Kodak Nexpress 2100 plus digital color production press, another recent addition to the family. Both presses feature a highly modular platform for maximum configuration flexibility, making them easily adaptable for the ever-changing commercial print market requirements. Customers are able to upgrade their presses as they grow their businesses with options to select desired paper capacity, increase processing capability, add a fifth imaging unit to expand printing services, and attach an in-line booklet maker.
Kodak Nexpress 2500 digital color press at IPEX 2006Kodak Nexpress 2500 color press
Enhanced substrate capabilities of the new presses also enable customers to deliver a wider range of applications on standard litho stocks from 60 to 350 gsm. The new platform has been designed for even greater productivity and reliability, leveraging Kodak’s award-winning digital production color press technology, and building on the renowned Kodak strengths of quality, consistency, reliability and uptime. “The new Nexpress 2100 plus and 2500 digital color presses provide fast turnarounds, consistent high quality and are extremely economical for both high volume targeted color print production as well as short run jobs, remaining flexible enough for runs of just a single piece,” says Will Mansfield marketing director, Kodak digital printing systems.

Kodak Nexpress 2100 and 2500 digital color presses
“There is a continuing demand from customers for fast turnarounds matched with offset-like quality. These presses provide no slow down on light or heavy paper and produce top quality print, without the wasted material you would generate during press makeready. In addition, they allow the printer to produce Pantone Matching System special colors without the need for special ink mixers, and digital spot coating with no requirement for additional separations and plates.”

Kodak Nexpress 2500 press - High-volume print production
The Nexpress 2100 plus press is an ideal choice for commercial printers marketing the early stages of their digital development, and has an entry level configuration that includes the print engine with standard delivery. The Nexpress 2500 press is the performance model for high-volume print production environments of up to 1,900,000 pages per month. In addition to the new features common to both presses, the Nexpress 2500 press prints 2500 A4 5/5 sheets per hour and is 18% more productive than the 2100 plus. Modularity and flexibility has been engineered into the 2500, offering in-line finishing capability and longer uninterrupted printing cycles with multiple high-capacity delivery configurations. The modular options for both systems include an additional imaging unit, feeders, high-capacity delivery system and Kodak Nexstation IV front end.

Kodak Nexstation IV and Nextreme data architecture
The Kodak Nexstation IV front end and Kodak Nextreme variable data architecture will be featured on the Kodak stand at IPEX 2006. The Nexstation IV easily handles jobs with up to 100% variable (VDP) content thanks to the use of the industry ISO standard PPML / VDX file format. Visitors will also be able to see the integration of the Kodak Nexstation IV front end and the Prinergy workflow system for blended PDF static digital and litho jobs. Show attendees will also be able to see Kodak’s new Nexglosser glossing unit. This enables additional printing opportunities for image-rich applications, including book covers, digital-photo prints, coffee-table books, greeting cards and brochures. It features Kodak NexPress clear dry ink that delivers enhanced image quality and a laminate-like gloss for higher marketing impact. An integrated barcode reader in the NexGlosser unit determines exact job requirements to help eliminate manual intervention and errors, and automates the near-line finishing process. Enhanced features include a larger format size to accommodate the expanded printing formats of the NexPress 2100 plus and 2500 presses, along with improved duplexing performance.

Kodak Nexpress digital production system - Booklet maker system
The new Kodak Nexpress 2100 plus and 2500 presses will also be used in conjunction with the Booklet maker for NexPress digital production systems at IPEX 2006. Implemented in either an inline or offline mode, the Booklet maker system is a high-quality, high-speed, professional booklet-making solution that enables commercial printers and other digital printing service providers to better meet customer demands for quicker turnaround. The Nexpress 2100 plus press is currently available and the Nexpress 2500 press will be commercially available immediately following the IPEX exhibition. In the first quarter 2006, all features and functionality available on the Nexpress 2500 press - even speed - can be added as upgrade options to the Nexpress 2100 plus presses currently installed at customer sites throughout Europe. There is no need for Nexpress customers to trade-in to trade-up.

About Eastman Kodak Company
Kodak is the world’s foremost imaging innovator, providing leading products and services to the photographic, graphic communications and healthcare markets. With sales of $14.3 billion in 2005, the company is committed to a digitally oriented growth strategy focused on helping people better use meaningful images and information in their life and work. Consumers use Kodak’s system of digital and traditional image capture products and services to take, print and share their pictures anytime, anywhere; Businesses effectively communicate with customers worldwide using Kodak solutions for prepress, conventional and digital printing and document imaging; Creative Professionals rely on Kodak technology to uniquely tell their story through moving or still images; and leading Healthcare organizations rely on Kodak’s innovative products, services and customized workflow solutions to help improve patient care and maximize efficiency and information sharing within and across their enterprise.

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