The end of Océ VarioStream 7100 flash-fusion printers.
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The end is here. “Curtains” for the Océ 40 to 60 feet-per-second flash-fusion toner-based continuous feed printers. Océ has ended all sales of the Océ VarioStream 7100 products. Earlier, the VS7100 printer models VS7120 and VS7160 met the end of support in 2019. Also announced to Océ VarioStream 7100 customers is the 2021 end of support for all remaining units. Farewell to the VS7100 printer models VS7110 and VS7170.
Some great customer organizations need a replacement for these printers. We have answers for this group of customers in the 40 to 60 feet per minute laser marketplace.
Océ VarioStream 7100 Models VS7120 / VS7160, VS7110 / VS7110 Replacement
Key points to consider for your mission-critical high-volume choice:
Legacy provider of flash-fusion printing. Easy paths to your IPDS solution assurance. Reliable service and support. Affordable consumables. Low power and cooling specs. Reliable US-based parts, supplies, and support.
Legacy providers of flash-fusion printing –
MICROPLEX Flash Fusing Laser
The Microplex F140 is the fastest continuous forms and flash fusion laser printer in the market today. The Microplex F40 is the lowest-cost CF Laser offered in the market today. Microplex has a long history of offering CF Lasers to US customers. Find the broadest selection of product offerings, all available with IPDS, by contacting GLM Group and asking about Microplex printers.
SATO Flash Fusing Laser
The SATO LP 100R is the latest within a thirty-year legacy of continuous-form tractor-fed flash fusion laser printers. In fact, the same frame and looks appeared in the product lineup in 2001. Constant improvements led to the announcement of the SATO LP 100R unit in 2009.
The easy path to your IPDS solution assurance
GLM Group can guide IPDS users through a transition to new hardware and software emulations to provide strong, reliable printing for your printing requirements. Implemented with a ‘middleware’ server or hardware device, these solutions deliver IPDS to the user with an elegant and easy-to-use solution. This allows the current customer’s IPDS data stream to run unchanged on the printer that fits your production workload and print window. If print volumes have decreased, select from a range of medium-volume printers. Look to GLM to help you have a seamless implementation for a new IPDS production environment.
Strong service and support
Low power and cooling specs
The beauty of flash fusion is low power requirements along with low heat generation in the printing center. Rather than using heat and pressure for fusing, customers can lessen environmental impact and budget costs by using flash fusion print engines.
Impressive install base
The retail industry relies on distribution center labels and retail store shelf management. A great number of large clients rely on flash fusion laser technology for these very reasons. Managing a counter-full or a big shelf of small thermal label printers is not time and cost-efficient, as is continuous forms lasers.
Reliable parts and supplies inventory
Our CF Laser vendors understand that support is key for these important customers. The demands of a just-in-time supply chain do not allow time to wait on the delivery of Oce 7100 parts from Germany. Microplex and SATO maintain a supply of ready-to-go laser consumables and repair parts strategically positioned in the Midwest US. Shipping is easy for locations across the US lower 48 states.
Choose GLM Group, and Choose CF Lasers for your production needs.
Contact us to understand how you can transition from your current Océ flash fusing print to a reliable, affordable print solution through GLM.
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