Presenting the Océ VarioPrint i300
It prints, it trims, it binds and it's here at Fusion Print.
Save time and money!
The Océ VarioPrint i300 makes your print budget go further than before. Because there’s a whole lot less person-power involved in producing your print, our overheads are lower, so your print quote is smaller.
One operator loads the stock and presses the start button. Job done.
Unrivalled print quality
The quality of printing produced on the Océ VarioPrint i300 is better than any other offset or digital press we use.'The i300 features ink technology that precisely delivers up to 80 million drops per second. Each ink droplet can be one of four sizes, resulting in smoother colour gradations usually achieved only on higher-resolution presses.
Order only what you need
The days of over-ordering to achieve the most cost-effective print volume are gone. With the Océ VarioPrint i300 it’s easy and fast for us to set up a print run, so you can print only what you need then order more as supplies run low
A revolution for multi-page printing.
Get a glimpse of the i300 in action below:
Make it personal
Variable print for personalised outputs isn’t fresh news, but super-accurate variable print that’s quick to set up is. The Océ VarioPrint i300 takes personalisation to a higher level. Not only can you personalise every page in a book or brochure, but there’s virtually no risk of stuff ups.
Quick facts and stats
We could go on for hours about all the things this machine can do, but instead we're going to keep it short and sweet
Up to 8 different stocks can be used in each document
Lightweight stocks though to heavy card are no problem - even in the same document!
We guarantee ZERO show-through on lightweight stocks
The i300 can take a sheet size that is up to 500x350mm big - that's just smaller than A2!
We can print within 2mm of the edge of any stock meaning we can fit more onto each sheet.
Faultless data personalisation and numbering on any or all pages of a document.
Significant reduction in carbon emission compared to current offset & digital print methods