Pitney Bowes says the DL750 is designed for repro departments and workgroups which produce huge amounts of printed material. The DL750 features a “Scan Once/Print Many” feature that enables users to scan documents and then collect them immediately. The DL750’s Job Store mode also makes it possible for users to build documents from different sources and then print them as a single job.
The DL750 supports advanced finish modes like the ability to create folded, saddle-stitched booklets; eight position stapling; and a Trimmer Unit option that cuts the “creep” from multi-page booklets.
High volume is what the DL750 is all about, and it sports a 5-way user-adjustable paper supply that can hold 2,350 sheets. DL750 buyers can also opt for a 4,400 sheet tray if they prefer. The DL750 can accommodate up to 110 pound index stock for covers, tabs and inserts, and can handle sizes up to 11×17 inches. It can also print one- or two-sided documents in a single job.
Of course, the DL750 supports the Macintosh as a network laser printer. Pitney Bowes offers two print controllers — the Connex system, which is optimized for data center applications, and EFI’s Fiery X3 Print Server, which provides PostScript Level 3 support for precision output. Both print controllers support Mac OS, Windows, UNIX and Novell.
More information about the DL750 and other high-volume office printing solutions are available from
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or by calling their sales staff at 800.290.7860.