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OKI Data Americas announces new digital label printer



Published August 14, 2014
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OKI Data Americas has announced availability of the new C711DW and HS711DLF – a high-quality digital color label printer and finishing system for short-run commercial applications. Together, these devices create full color finished labels on-demand, incorporating digital diecutting and film lamination.

The C711DW utilizes OKI LED printing technology which is renowned for its print quality and reliability, in addition to OKI label management software from HYBRID Software as a front-end solution. It prints at up to 25 feet per minute in continuous feed mode, and handles a variety of media including paper, polyester, vinyl and adhesive-backed substrates at widths of 6.5 to 8.5 inches and a maximum outside roll diameter of 14 inches on a three inch core to meet a wide array of label printing needs.

"The addition of our new C711DW narrow format web system solidifies OKI's position as a leader and an innovator in digital color printing technologies, and underscores our commitment to meeting emerging demands within the graphic arts and commercial printing space," says Rich Egert, general manager of the Strategic Technology Provider Business Group for OKI Data Americas. "OKI Data continues to expand its footprint and gain market share by offering innovative and cost-effective digital color printing solutions like the C711DW."

The C711DW is part of the OKI proColor Series -- a line of high impact digital color printers that serves the graphic arts, production, specialty printing and imaging technologies industries. The OKI proColor Series of commercial grade digital color printers delivers professional, production-quality color output and color accuracy powered by industry leading raster image processing (RIP) solutions from Global Graphics Software and EFI on select models.



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