TRUMBULL, Conn. Jan. 18, 2011
Fast and productive large format printer
Engineering departments can easily meet their challenging deadlines with the consistent print speed of 9 D-size prints per minute and no warm-up time for the Oce TDS750. Users can load the system with 6 media rolls and up to 3,900 ft. media capacity for long uninterrupted printing, making it ideal for productive central print rooms. With secure print job management features, customers can prioritize urgent jobs and quickly complete projects.
Easy and intuitive
The Oce TDS750 was designed with the user in mind by making all aspects of the machine simple and intuitive, from media loading to defining scanner settings. Users spend less time trouble shooting and defining settings with the green button approach of the Oce TDS750. The advanced scan technology allows for the capture of color markups or as-builts and the streamlining of project collaboration. The result is faster turnaround times, less wasted materials and a more productive staff.
This exceptional new large format printer retains the solid radiant fusing technology with instant-on behavior and low noise, heat and ozone emissions as well as low energy consumption of the Oce TDS700. Businesses appreciate the sustainability aspects of this unique technology and the flexibility of placing it in departmental print settings without distracting employees.
Dependable output quality and performance
The Oce TDS750 600 x 1,200 dpi pico printing provides exceptional output quality – sharp fine details and smooth gray scales in renderings, 3D images and intricate graphics. Users have the peace of mind that document details are captured exactly as intended with no missing information.
Based on the Oce TDS700 with thousands of satisfied customers worldwide, Oce TDS750 users can count on dependable, high performance large format printing for years to come. With restricted controller access, safe data storage and system safe guards, the Oce TDS750 can also help provide a secure, productive print environment.
Erik van Eldik
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