Twin Sleeve Development: A dual sleeve design that delivers toner to the photoreceptive drum. This design produces blacks that are solid and avoids uneven distribution of toner.
ITB: The image transfer belt is responsible for transferring the latent image to the media. This is similar to how an offset blanket work on a offset lithographic press. The advantage is with this design it is possible to run thick stocks without the concern the stock will jam in the engine.
Multiple Pick Points: It's feasible to have up to 13 pickpoints with this engine. Up to 2 POD decks can be integrated, as well as one Multi Insertion unit that has 3 pick points. This configuration is beneficial for those customers that run complex jobs which would include multiple call trays for different types of papers, tabs, covers and pre-printed color inserts.
Paper handling: The imagePRESS 1135+/1125+/1110+ has enhanced air assist technologies to ensure the reliable feeding for all medias. The suction feeding, enhanced air assist and air separation technologies provide reliable feeding and maximum productivity.
Image Quality: With 1200 X 1200 dpi imaging technology, produce near lithographic halftone images, crisp text, full solids that are free from mottle and fine lines.
Accurate Registration: With a tolerance of +/-0.5mm, the imagePRESS 1135+/1125+/1110+ produces a professional looking product that is correctly aligned from front to back.
Media Versatility: The imagePRESS 1135+/1125+/1110+ has the advantage of being able to print accurately on thin and thick stocks. This press can print on the stocks as thin as 14lb. bond and as thick as 110lb. cover.
Durability: This engine was designed with longevity in mind. The photoreceptive developing drum is composed of a very durable Amorphous Silicon, also known as a-Si. This material has a long life span of 6 million impressions.
Productivity: The imagePRESS 1135+/1125+/1110+ prints at rated speed on all uncoated LTR media. Regardless if you're printing on a 28lb. (LTR) bond media or a thick 110lb. (LTR) cover, the engine will print without a decrease in speed.