Product of the Month

Heidelberg Speedmaster CX 75

What does it do?
This is a new multi-unit simplex sheetfed offset press from Heidelberg. The company’s official description is “a flexible and economical straight printing press in 50x70cm format”.
It’s intended as a more compact and lower-cost alternative to the flagship Speedmaster XL 75 press, with many common parts, but with a more restricted range of build options. It can be considered a hybrid between the XL and SX series. The format is nominally B2 but an optional format of 605x750mm can handle long sheets for 6-up A4s, or packaging and label work.

When was it launched and what market is it aimed at?
The announcement was at China Print in Beijing during May. Shipping to the first customers will start in the autumn.
According to

Duplo DuSense DDC-810

What does it do?
The DuSense DDC-810 ‘Sensory Coater’ is a compact embellishment inkjet used to print clear UV spot varnish with the option of raised and textured finishes that resemble embossing. It can take sheets up to long B3 format (364x740mm) and register the spot coating to pre-printed images.

When was it launched and what made you to launch this product for Middle East?
The machine was discussed and previewed in the US last year, but the official in Middle East would be happen before the

CorelDraw Graphics Suite 2017

An alternative to Adobe’s dominance in the graphic design software market with some key benefits and an established user base.
What does it do?
This is the latest version of the main alternative to Adobe’s Creative Cloud and offers a whole package of print-friendly creative design tools and utilities, plus many fonts and a very large clipart library. It’s for Windows platforms and is fully compatible with Windows 10.

Platform Windows 7 to 10, Intel i3 or later CPU
Programs CorelDraw

Xerox Versant 3100

A versatile and highly automated four-colour dry toner production press.
What does it do?
Xerox’s Versant 3100 Press is a dry toner 100ppm (A4) digital production printer and the latest addition to the Versant family. It fits in between the entry-level, lower-volume 80ppm Versant 180 presses and the higher-volume, five-colour capable 100ppm Color800i/1000i presses in the Xerox range.
The 3100 replaces the earlier 100ppm 2100 model and offers greater versatility and “time-saving automation,” to