Nipson Varypress



The Nipson VaryPRESS  

Technology is designed as a unique combination of high productivity and flexibility. Being a tight-web system, it has the unique capability to integrate seamlessly with high speed flexo and offset printing presses as well as with a wide range of pre- and post-processing and finishing equipment.Featuring Nipson Technology’s proprietary magnetography, cool xenon flash fusing, and variable speed control, it is ideally suited for high-quality, high-speed production-volume black & white variable data printing.

The Nipson VaryPRESS is flexible

in many ways, satisfying a broad range of workflow requirements.Our proprietary cool xenon flash fusing process fuses the toner without heating the substrate. The operator-controlled variable speed feature allows you to dynamically adjust the speed to ensure optimum print quality and productivity regardless of substrate type or finishing process.

Furthermore, the Nipson Technology magnetic toner used in the VaryPRESS printers allows you to combine standard and MICR applications without the need for any additional costs or changes to the printers.

As a result, the Nipson VaryPRESS can be used to print a wide range of applications with a wide range of substrates from very lightweight paper (40 gsm) to heavy card stocks (240 gsm) as well as labels, foils, carbonless stocks, coated materials and plastic affixed cards. Substrate weights outside this range are possible subject to evaluation.



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  Nipson Digiflex DIGIFlex DIGIFlex with speed option
Printing Technology                                                  Magnetography
Fusing Method                                                 Cold Flash Fusing
Resolution (DPI)                                                        600
Paper Management                                                     Pin-fed
Meters per minute 30 to 81.7 up to 104 30 to 81.7
Feet per minute 98 to 268 up to 342 98 to 268
A4 Landscape (21×29.7 cm)  388 495 776
A4 Portrait, 2-up (2 × 29.7 × 21 cm)  550 700 1100
A4 Portrait, 1-up (29.7 × 21 cm)  275 350 550
A3 Landscape (29.7 × 42 cm)  275 350 550
Letter Landscape (11 x 8.5 inch) 378 482 756
Letter Portrait, two up 2  x (8.5 x 11 inch) 585 745 1170
Legal Landscape (14 x 8.5 inch) 378 482 756
Legal Portrait, two up 2 x (8.5 x 14 inch) 458 585 916
Ledger Landscape (17 x 11 inch) 292 373 584
Print width up to 18.45 inches (468.5 mm)
Printing length in standard configuration 3 to 36 inches (75 to 915 mm)   6 to 28 inches (152 to 711 mm)
Paper input Paper with tractor perforations  Paper with tractor perforations  Paper with tractor perforations
Media width up to 20.5 inches (520 mm)    
Media weight 64 to 160 gsm  (limited to 120gsm with fanfold format)  
Standard Network./TCP/IP: Nipson Technology Printserver (AFP, TIFF, PCL, SDP input)
Option Network./TCP/IP: IPDS Page Printer Emulation with IPDS licence
 Width  62.8 inches (1 600 mm)   Depend on the TED configuration:
Length 133.8 inches (3 400 mm)   I, L, U, S, Z
Height 67.6 inches (1 720 mm)    
Weight 2,645 lb (1 200 kg)    
400 VAC – 3 phases – 50 Hz/60 Hz 35 A 45 A 70 A
208 VAC – 3 phases – 60 Hz      
with external transformer      
Power requirements 19 kw 24 kw 38 kw
(average consumption)      
pinless mode Ability to print tractorless
  Ability to use paper from 40 up to 160 gsm
‘ExtendedPLUS’ Paper management Ability to use tractor or tractorless papers up to 300 gsm
SED Albility to print in duplex mode on a single printer.
  Paper width: 9.9 inches (251mm)
  Paper length: 6 to 28 inches
  Printing speed: 81.7 m/min
ST20 Stacker up to 90 meters per minute (paper size and weight to be validated after 70 m)
Note: all rated values are maximum achievable values. Actual values depend on the configuration, the environment and the application.

Comparison between other competitors

  Nipson Others products  
Print on Anything technology (magnetography) Yes No  
Speed upgradable to 104m/mn on site Yes No  
Concurrent Pin-less and pin-fed operation Yes No  
Print MICR for Cheque at 104m/mn Yes No  
Use only one Toner for MICR cheque and any text Yes No  
Use Fluorescent toner with black powder Yes No  
Long drum life Yes (metal) No (plastic coated)  
Print on plastic Yes No  
Min/Max paper width 6.5/20.5” 6.5/19”  
Flash fusing with low temperature <=50°C Yes No  
Max printing width/length 18.45/36” (standard)  (additional software + memory required)
Field upgradable to reel-to-reel operation Yes No  
Field upgradable to Single Engine Duplex Yes No  
Field upgradable to Pin-less paper feed Yes No  
Avoid Start/Stop; No damage of paper and No paper jam Yes No  
No special paper required, no paper burn Yes No  
First choice for 24 hour print facilities Yes No  
Faster Machine in Printing Production Yes No  
Single engine duplex and twin engine as well Yes No  

Mono-component dry toner

Nipson Technology presses all use dry magnetographic toner. Engineered to perfection, this imaging process sets the industry standard for quality and reliability.

Unlike liquid toner, dry toner can be used on virtually any type of substrate, without any pretreatment.

Dry toner technology simply outperforms any other technology, combining superior image quality and process stability. Only dry toner technology can accurately produce minute details such as micro-text and guilloches in security features, serifs and fine lines in certain fonts, and hairlines.

Because our black toner is magnetic, Nipson Technology presses are MICR-capable by default, enabling simultaneous printing of MICR characters and other variable data without the need of additional costs or changes to the printer. And our fluorescent toner further enhances your choice of security features.

What is more, our proprietary mono-component toner not only guarantees cost-effective impeccable quality, it also contributes to a clean and environmentally-friendly operation by ensuring efficient de-inking process for recycled paper production.