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Tried & Tested: Kodak Digimaster

Boasting clever technology and a quality end result, this famously hardy mono digital press has enjoyed success across the globe, says Jon Severs

Tried & Tested: Xerox DocuColor 5000

In 2006, Xerox cleverly bridged the gap between the glorified photocopier and seriously high-end kit with its affordable 5000, writes Jon Severs

Tried & tested: Kodak NexPress 2100

The story of the Kodak NexPress 2100 is one of evolution. And testimony to its ability to adapt to market requirements, there are often not enough secondhand units on the market to fulfil demand.

Tried & tested: HP Indigo 3500

It's rare for secondhand digital presses to come up for private sale, but an HP Indigo 3500 is being offered by High Wycombe firm Your Print Solution in our For Sale & Wanted section with an asking price of 90,000 for a 2008 five-colour model.

Canon iPF8100

This printer's ink-saving system and 12 colours makes it perfect for corporate work, which has ensured its ongoing popularity, finds Nosmot Gbadamosi

Epson Stylus Pro 9600

This inkjet machine helped establish Epson's solid reputation for quality in photographic printing at an affordable price, says Nosmot Gbadamosi

Canon iR110

Although Canon had a strong brand and established market share of the office sector by the end of 1990s, its commercial presence had not yet reached the same heady heights. So in 2001, the company launched the first of its high-volume monochrome printers, the iR110.

Kodak Digimaster

For a monochrome printer, the Kodak Digimaster's history has been an extremely colourful one. Launched as the DigiSource in March 1999 - a name soon changed to Digimaster - it then became the Heidelberg Digimaster when the monochrome digital part of Kodak's business was bought by the German giant.

Inca Digital Eagle 44

Inca Digital's first flatbed printer, the Eagle 44 broke new ground when it was launched in January 2001. Its unique design meant that a wider range of substrates and thicknesses could be printed for the first time, and edge to edge printing was available. From the outset, improvements were continual and within 12 months, its speed had increased by 60%.

HP DesignJet 5500

For posters and point-of-sale images, the roll and sheetfed HP DesignJet machines are the standard that others are measured against. The machines can now be found in large and small retailers across the country, as well as many graphics firms for in-house small- to medium-run print jobs.

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