American Printer's mission is to be the most reliable and authoritative source of information on integrating tomorrow's technology with today's management.

InfoPrint adds flexibility to Pro C900AFP

Apr 1, 2010 12:00 AM

         Subscribe in NewsGator Online   Subscribe in Bloglines

InfoPrint Solutions Co., a joint venture between IBM and Ricoh, announces its InfoPrint Pro C900AFP color cutsheet printer is now available with support for PostScript, Adobe PDF and Personalized Printer Markup Language (PPML). It offers added flexibility for color transactional and print-on-demand users, who can use the PPML datastream to create personalized, variable content color pages to maximize the effectiveness of customer communications while PostScript and Adobe PDF are vital tools for jobs such as manuals, booklets and presentations.

This latest InfoPrint Pro C900AFP model also features the InfoPrint Job Ticket Editor, an external application integrated into Windows and Macintosh drivers. This JDF-based job ticketing tool enables the end user to create simple or complex fully-finished PostScript or PDF documents. Setup entries include the ability to add covers, insert tabs and select finishing options such as ring binder, perfect binder and booklet maker, all of which help avoid the need for offline finishing. It produces color and monochrome output up to 90 ipm on a 1,200 × 1,200-dpi, 2-bit engine. It accepts media up to 13 × 19.2 inches and supports ring binder, perfect binder and bookletmaker options.