The new Versafire EP delivers an extremely stable production at a constantly high speed. The Versafire EP is based on the tried-and-tested platform of the Versafire CP and has been systematically enhanced for the needs of customers in the graphics industry.
New inline sensors enable the machine to control the color automatically during the print run. This process is analyzing color changes and adjusting the color accordingly ensuring a safe, efficient, and reliable production. Furthermore the registration has been much improved as there are sensors to support an automatic inline registration process as well as a mechanical lateral register for high accuracy results.
|Engine||2,400 × 4,800 dpi Matt wax-based PxP™ toner Automatic inline registration, calibration and color control Vacuum suction feeder Media identification unit (optional) Enhanced toner transfer system (AC/DC) Media cooling system 17-inch touchscreen Capacity of up to 18,100 sheets|
|Controller||Prinect Digital Frontend or EFI Fiery E-45/85|
|Print format min. width × |
|100 × 140 mm (3.94 × 5.51 in)|
|Print format max. width × |
|330 × 1,030 mm (12.99 × 40.55 in), duplex with bypass tray (max 220 g/m²)
330 × 1,260 mm (12.99 x 49.61 in), simplex with bypass tray (max 220 g/m²)
(independent of material thickness)
|4,550 A3 sheets/hour or 135 A4 pages/minute (simplex) optional 3,350 A3 sheets/hour or 115 A4 pages/minute (simplex)|
|Print Material*||Plain paper, coated paper (gloss and matt), recycled paper, pre-printed offset, letterhead, pre-punched, tab stock, OHP (transparency), translucent paper, envelope, textured paper, metallized, synthetic, water-resistant, magnetic or label (adhesive) substrates, NCR (carbon copy)|
The Versafire EP produces 115 or 135 A4 pages a minute, and can process papers up to 450 g/m². Additionally the machine prints banner format with a maximum length of 1260mm simplex and 1030mm auto duplex. A top image quality with a new resolution of 4,800 × 2,400 dpi combined with a high throughput and reliable production make it the perfect match for the graphic arts industry.