InfoPrint 4000 Continuous Forms Printer
A sheet-fed or roll-fed wide web laser printer – the InfoPrint 4000 laser.
InfoPrint 4000 Quick Tech Summary
Print speeds (up to) 1002 IPM
Maximum print width of 17″
Image quality from 240-600 DPI
The InfoPrint 4000 can help you deliver appealing, readable statements and other communications. Produce charts, graphs, and pictures that are hard to ignore. Cross-sell products or services and save money while you reinforce your brand. Six models in the InfoPrint 4000 line-up offer expanded functionality.
Print Quality Enhancement. Provides sharper, clear text and images with 240/300 dpi or 480/600 dpi resolution
Upgrade options including simplex to duplex and increases in speed
Advanced Function Presentation™ (AFP™) architecture for more flexible operations
Heavyweight paper support for direct mailers and commercial printers operations
Noise level and power consumption reduction
Standard TrueType and OpenType font support
Advanced Function Common Control Unit™ (AFCCU™). Features RISC technology with a 64-bit processor
The InfoPrint 4000 product line is only available refurbished/used.
InfoPrint 4000 Production Print Topics
Most laser-printed mail pieces print on high-speed continuous form laser printers. Great options are available from GLM Group for professional mail shops nationwide. Our customers demand reliability in production environments. They value flexibility in operation. They decide based on competitive operational costs.
We have sold continuous form solutions to customers across the country. GLM studies the workload, the print window, and the pre-print and post-print issues. We configure a solution competitive for your printing needs.
In continuous forms printing, duplex printing uses two print engines. The paper runs through both machines or engines. Twin-engine units like this can run as two singles, producing simplex output. Not all continuous feed laser printers have a controller that allows duplex.
Producing high volumes of continuous labels is a great use for continuous forms. Consider the label adhesive and media reliability. Select between hot roller fusing and flash fusing units.