Two new high-end Canon laser printers are helping Document Depot’s customers enjoy quality print jobs with a turnaround that is virtually unmatched in this area.
“These ‘monsters machines’ have the best quality, the best consistency and the best graphics that Canon offers,” said President Ed Keenan. “What’s just as impressive is that the color machine prints 40 pages per minute, while the black and white machine is more than twice as fast.”
“Our new color laser printer outputs 3200 DPI,” which Keenan calls “astounding.” As Canon’s premier color production machine, the Canon 4000 uses Fiery controls for precise color reproduction. It can handle stocks up to 12” x 18” in size, including 100-pound coated cover.
“With these machines we can offer short run color printing for presentations, postcards, brochures, note cards, report covers and small signs,” Keenan said.
The Canon 7095 Black and White Printer/Scanner provides a myriad of options, allowing Document Depot to be customers’ one-stop shop for printing and presentation needs. In addition to scanning 95 pages per minute, this machine offers expanded greyscales, inline booklet-making, punching and tab-making. Document Depot’s expert staff can mail merge databases onto letters and postcards, scan documents and convert them to Word documents, output Bates Numbering for legal documents and combine multiple documents into a single piece.
“The inline booklet-making with a color cover option means your booklet comes out of the machine done and ready to use,” Keenan explained. “The tab-making function also is popular, and enables us to produce custom binders for our clients.”
The 7095 is just one of many Document Depot machines that scan to the network. In fact, every Document Depot machine that copies also scans. This unprecedented variety means Document Depot can scan even very large items, such as posters, maps and architectural designs.
“We’ve made significant equipment investments over the last six months,” Keenan said. “We’ve taken this business up quite a few notches with this new technology.”
According to Keenan, Document Depot’s two new laser printers have produced some amazing projects to date, including:
Three-ring binders with custom-printed tabs and content, boxed and shipped to a Connecticut customer;
Presentation folders designed, produced, collated, stuffed, boxed and shipped to a trade show floor;
Full-color double-sided reminder cards, lamented and flush cut with rounded corners; and
Flyers, a postcard and a catalog designed and produced for a new business start-up;
Document Depot’s finishing options also have grown. The year, coil binding became available. This popular spiral, plastic wire option joins the many other binding and finishing selections that make projects completed at Document Depot both professional and durable.
Document Depot is a full-service digital print shop that specializes in high-speed color and black and white duplicating, graphic design and large format color and B&W prints. Document Depot can output from Microsoft Office programs, Adobe Creative Suite products, Quark and .pdf files, both Mac and PC. The company prides itself on a stellar turnaround. Because of its expertise and equipment, most rush jobs are “out the door” in 24 hours.
Document Depot, 126 Stanhope Street, Princeton Forrestal Village. 609-520-0094. Fax: 609-520-1294. E-mail: email@example.com. Www.documentdepot.net