Kodak Production Inkjet

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PROSPER Series (1000 Press, 5000XLi Press, 6000C Press, 6000P Press)
VERSAMARK Series (DS3700, VX5000 Plus, 500, 300, 150, 100)


PROSPER 1000 Press

The KODAK PROSPER 1000 Press with its automated Image Quality Management System is capable of print quality that rivals offset output up to 175 lpi on uncoated substrates ranging from 45 to 175 grams per square meter or 30 to 90 pound text weight.  This robust and high performance inkjet web press solution is field upgradable to color and helps customers differentiate themselves and drive profitability by delivering quality, productivity and economics that drive operational and supply chain savings for short run books up to run-lengths of 7000, including returns and obsolescence, and fully customized direct mail applications.

Print Head
Continuous Max Imaging Width
24.5"
Flat and/or Roll Roll Max Speed
650 ft/min; 3600 A4 pages/min

Target Marketplace: Monchrome, books and customized direct mail applications

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PROSPER 5000XLi Press

The KODAK PROSPER 5000XLi Press with new Intelligent Print System (IPS) is one of the most advanced inkjet printing presses ever built. Its IPS technology is an intelligent management system that constantly monitors and evaluates press operation to ensure the highest output quality and most efficient throughput.

Print Head
Continuous Max Imaging Width
24.5"
Flat and/or Roll Roll Max Speed
650 ft/min; 3600 A4 pages/min

Target Marketplace: Color books, direct mail, catalogs, magazines and inserts

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PROSPER 6000 Press

The PROSPER 6000 Presses reset industry standards, with an unmatched combination of outstanding quality, day-to-day productivity, and compelling economics. They leverage an advanced feature set and next-generation capabilities unlike any press on the market. And innovations in transport, drying, and writing systems—as well as the KODAK 700 Print Manager DFE/Controller—combine to deliver the highest levels of reliability, print speed, application flexibility, ease of use, and cost-effectiveness.

Print Head
Continuous Max Imaging Width
24.5"
Flat and/or Roll Roll Max Speed
1,000 ft/min; 4,364 A4 pages/min

Target Marketplace: Color books, direct mail, catalogs, magazines and inserts

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VERSAMARK DS3700

The KODAK VERSAMARK DS3700 Printing System is a modular digital printing system designed to provide commercial printers the flexibility to handle a wide variety of imaging jobs. The DS3700 accommodates web widths of up to 40 inches (1,016 mm) and prints in monochrome or color, using page-wide or part-page variable imaging printheads, or combinations of both. The system allows for duplex printing by adding another 4-up tower and carriage or by offering split rollers in a single tower and printing 2-up duplex.

Print Head
Piezoelectric Max Imaging Width
40 in.
Flat and/or Roll Roll to roll Max Speed
1,000 ft/min

Target Marketplace: Commercial and data center printers

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Versamark VX5000 Plus

With a high duty cycle and a rugged, press-like design, the KODAK VERSAMARK VX5000 Plus Printing System enables you to lead your market with full-page, full-color variable printing. The VX5000 Plus is the fastest process color inkjet printing system Kodak offers and features high productivity, outstanding reliability, and built-in flexibility with 11 different configuration possibilities.

Print Head
Piezoelectric Max Imaging Width
17.96 in.
Flat and/or Roll Roll to roll Max Speed
500 ft/min

Target Marketplace: Commercial and data center printers

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VERSAMARK VT3000

The KODAK VERSAMARK VT3000 Printing System is an integrated digital printing system that is capable of producing 100 percent variable data in black, spot color or process color, depending on the configuration. With its high resolution and print width, the VT3000 meets the needs of a wide range of variable data imaging applications, including bills and statements, TransPromo documents, direct mail and print-on-demand.

Print Head
Piezoelectric Max Imaging Width
18.67
Flat and/or Roll Roll to roll Max Speed
500 ft/min

Target Marketplace: Commercial and data center printers

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VERSAMARK 500

The new family of KODAK VERSAMARK Printing Systems is made up of compact, high-speed monochrome and process color web presses that feature a single-engine duplex design and the next generation of Drop on Demand (DOD) printheads from Kodak. With these new systems, customers have the option of starting with monochrome and easily moving up to spot and full color as their production needs change.

Print Head
Piezoelectric Max Imaging Width
20.5 in.
Flat and/or Roll Roll to roll Max Speed
410 ft/min

Target Marketplace: Commercial and data center printers

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VERSAMARK 300

Print Head
Piezoelectric Max Imaging Width
20.5 in.
Flat and/or Roll Roll to roll Max Speed
246 ft/min

Target Marketplace: Commercial and data center printers

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VERSAMARK 150

Print Head
Piezoelectric Max Imaging Width
20.5 in.
Flat and/or Roll Roll to roll Max Speed
410 ft/min

Target Marketplace: Commercial and data center printers

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VERSAMARK 100

Print Head
Piezoelectric Max Imaging Width
20.5 in.
Flat and/or Roll Roll to roll Max Speed
246 ft/min

Target Marketplace: Commercial and data center printers

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Published on Monday, August 12, 2013 (updated 06/11/2014)