Pitney Bowes

Pitney Bowes DP40S Color Printer

Pitney Bowes Inc. has announced it is offering a new, cost-effective solution for printing high-quality, full-color documents and envelopes on-demand. Ideal for organizations that require frequent print jobs of varying volumes, the Pitney Bowes DP40S color printer is equipped with high definition color laser technology with 1200 dpi and can print up to 36 color pages per minute or 60 envelopes (#10) per minute with sharp detail and rich color depth. The printer is being offered through a strategic collaboration with Xanté.

The Pitney Bowes DP40S color printer can help organizations create and better manage the production of their promotional materials and mailings quickly and at an affordable cost. Organizations can print a wide variety of materials with professional print quality including newsletters, letterhead, posters, promotional pieces, business cards, flyers, postcards, and window and non-window envelopes all on the same system. Customers can also create personalized documents and mailing pieces with eye-catching envelopes to help organizations increase the openability of their communications.

The DP40S color printer’s high capacity media feeder holds up to 1,000 envelopes or up to 5,000 sheets of paper to help maximize productivity and drive operator efficiency. The printer can accommodate envelopes up to 13” x 17” and tabloid sheets up to 12” x 18.” DP40S color printer users can adjust the fusing temperature, which helps ensure that envelope flaps and window envelopes print properly through the system with clean, crisp images. Customers can also add Pitney Bowes SmartMailer software to help leverage the best possible USPS postal rates to quickly create customized, low-cost mailings right at the desktop.

The DP40S color printer comes with iQueue printer management software as a standard feature. The software allows precise control over color settings, the ability to save and recall frequently run jobs for faster set-up, and access to a library of pre-defined settings to optimize image quality. These features are designed to help organizations obtain the best results on a wide range of commonly-used materials and image types.

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