The OKI proColor Series is a line of high-impact digital color printers that serves the graphic arts, production, specialty printing and imaging technologies industries. The line includes digital envelope printers, a digital web press with an array of in-line finishing options, and revolutionary digital color printers featuring white toner for textile and hard surface transfer printing. The OKI proColor Series delivers professional, production-quality color output and color accuracy powered by embedded EFI Fiery and Pantone support on select models.
The proColor Series of digital color printers includes the:
- pro900DP/pro905DP and pro910MP digital envelope printers which provide a range of capabilities including variable data, variable graphics and embedded EFI Fiery System 8e Controller with SmartRIP technology on select models
- pro511DW digital web press that delivers fast, high-quality, full color labels, with Hybrid custom label management software, a Harlequin RIP on a Proactive server, and a heavy-duty rewinder with slitter
- pro920WT and 711WT digital color printers featuring white toner for full color textile transfers, graphics and signage
“OKI proColor is honored to receive the ‘Product of the Year Award’ from the National Association of Quick Printers,” says Rich Egert, General Manager of the Strategic Technology Provider Business Group for OKI Data Americas. “With its expanding line of innovative printing solutions for the graphic arts and production markets, OKI proColor printers delivers high quality products with professional output at a competitive price-point.”
According to Mitch Evans, NAQP Managing Director and a Vice President of the National Association for Printing Leadership, “OKI proColor represents the sort of creative thinking, strategic positioning and affordable pricing that fills a void in the marketplace and provides revenue-generating opportunities for quick printers, copy shops and small format printers. It is for these reasons that OKI proColor was selected as ‘Product of the Year’ by the NAQP.”