Creo Integris goes double-sided and desktop

The double-sided functionality takes the form of a user-installable add-on Double-Sided Media Guide to the Epson Stylus Pro 9600 and 10600 printers that are featured in the Integris 800 proofing solutions. Creo says two-sided imposition proofs can be produced quickly and reliably when the guide is used with Integris 2-Sided Matte 100 media, featuring tight back-to-front registration.

Creo says it engineered the Integris 2-Sided Matte media to minimize curl, cockle and swelling to deliver the feed reliability required for dependable print production.

The new 2-up/4-up Integris Desktop proofing solution for professional colour proofing features the new 43 cm wide Epson Stylus Pro 4000 printer, integrated with Creo workflow and consumables for streamlined job control and end-to-end colour management.

Creo believes graphic designers will find the Integris Desktop optimal for achieving more predictable colour earlier in the production process, with a much smaller footprint. The company says the proofing solution produces extremely sharp text, and fine colour blends at a maximum resolution of 2880x1440dpi.

This model uses Integris-Qualified, Epson UltraChrome Ink for brilliant colour fidelity with consistently stable colours. A wide selection of inkjet media that is fully optimised as part of the Integris Desktop solution is available, backed by diligent quality checks of each lot to ensure absolute proofing consistency.

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