• Fuji Xerox Australia's Roger Labrum shows off products printed on the iGen 5 at PacPrint 2017.
    Fuji Xerox Australia's Roger Labrum shows off products printed on the iGen 5 at PacPrint 2017.
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At PacPrint 2017 in Melbourne last week, PKN spoke to Fuji Xerox Australia's Roger Labrum about the company's iGen 5 digital press and what it brings to the packaging space.

'Evolution through digital innovation' was Fuji Xerox Australia's driving theme at PacPrint 2017.

Of interest for packaging converters, was the Xerox iGen 5 digital press which has the flexibility and capability to handle short run packaging jobs with the addition of an optional thick stock kit, enabling stock weights of 530gsm or 610 micron to pass freely through the device.

Roger Labrum talks to us here about the press and its benefits especially for personalisation projects and how it pushes the boundaries in terms of the media that can go through the press:

 

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