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Product Review: Xerox 1000 colour press

The press uses environmentally friendly dry ink, which delivers sharp, rich, digitally mastered image quality to enhance the efficiency and productivity on the widest ranges of media, says Sachin Shardul

Product Review: KM Bizhub Press C8000

Targeting the mid-production market, this digital colour device is loaded with features which holds unlimited potentials to meet high-level needs of professionals too, finds Noel D'cunha

Product Review: Ricoh Pro C751

The mid-production press incorporates some of the best features from Ricoh C901 that gives the press more flexibility, reports Noel D'cunha

Product Review: ImagePress C7010VP

This new version of Canon ImagePress C7010VP isn't just a common tool for inplants, but an all-round workhorse which can continue Canon's push into commercial print, says Noel D'cunha

Me & My machine: Epson WT7900

Impressed with the accurate, consistent and high-quality colour output of Epson WT7900, Vijay Jobanputra, the DGM for repro at ABPS gives a verdict for this wide-format machine.

Product Review: Ricoh Pro C901/C901S

The Ricoh team in India has been ramping up presence in the production colour market with their digital workhorse, which is proving to be ideal for the market, points out Noel D'cunha

Perfact Color Digital Prints: Digital print peers into the future

Ashwani Arya, founder of Perfact is a confident, idea-devouring tech-mech. He shares some of his important printing concepts for the next year with Alok Singh and Ramu Ramanathan

Insight: Future of Digital - Will digital reign in the printing arena?

The PrintWeek India team picks the brains of 14 manufacturers and dealers of digital print equipment on current trends, technology improvement and costing in the digital print market.

Repro India: A revolution in book manufacturing

Content is king at Repro India, whose plants are becoming less print centric. This ensures publishers can create myriad avatars of a book, as Ramu Ramanathan and Samir Lukka find out

Print quality: Each and everytime

Canon India expects to register a turnover of Rs 1,200 crore in 2010 - a 42% growth over 2009. Alok Singh speaks to Kensaku Konishi, president & CEO about the company's plans

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