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The JetStream 1400 and JetStream 3000 are the latest additions to the digital manufacturer's compact series and dual series, respectively.
With a printing speed of 200 metres per minute (mpm), which translates to 2,700 A4 images per minute, the Océ JetStream 3000 is the new top model in the dual series.

The 100mpm (1,350 A4 images) Océ JetStream 1400 is now the high-speed model in the compact series, which offers full-colour two-up duplex productivity in a single cabinet.

Sebastian Landesberger, executive vice president, Océ Production Printing, said that the new presses "perfectly complemented" the company's continuous feed inkjet portfolio.

"The advancements provide additional solutions to perfectly suit the specific requirements of a greater variety of customer and application demands," he added.

The Summit, which is being held at Océ's 6,000sqm Leadership Technology Hub from 7-10 June, also featured the manufacturer's latest inkjet and toner-based technologies.

These include the Océ ColorStream 3500, VarioStream 8000, VarioStream 7120 and ColorStream 10000 Flex, as well as the VarioPrint 6000 and Canon imagePress C7010VP.
Craig Nethercott, Océ UK's director of production printing, said: "In Poing we have our leading-edge production printing systems all under one roof - and demonstrations of real-life customer applications.

"We have had more than 30 customers and prospects come out from the UK who have witnessed first hand the most important trends and growth applications in high-speed data printing.

"In addition to the migration to colour, these cover transaction and transpromo, premium direct mail, loyalty and trade applications and also for security printing."
Océ is also highlighting its strategic alliance with Manroland at the Summit, where the two manufacturers are demonstrating the integration of their hardware and software products.

Manroland chief executive Gerd Finkbeiner said that the two firms were demonstrating how "inkjet printing systems supplement industrial offset printing" and that they had "ambitious aims".

"We want successful customers who are participating in the dynamic growth of digital print production and we are committed to supplying them with solutions that are at the same time groundbreaking and futureproof," he added.