Xerox 700 and Xerox 4127: The Best of Both Worlds


Over the past year, we have been showing the Xerox 4112/4127 Copier/Printer and Xerox 700 Digital Press side by side at tradeshows; creating samples that integrate prints from each digital press. And we are seeing more and more customers purchase both of these xerox printers for their shops. They’ve quickly recognized how you can build your profitable color volumes while at the same time increasing your monochrome volumes—with color covers and inserts married with monochrome booklets, catalogs, reports, etc.
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A common phrase we have at Xerox is “Start with Xerox, Grow with Xerox”; and that is certainly true with these two digital presses combined:

  • With the same type of user interface and common feeding and finishing options, operators trained on one are already proficient on the other. Increased productivity and optimized resources to operate and maintain multiple devices is always a plus!
  • Both have received accolades from prestigious industry organizations for their image quality. Xerox 700 Digital Press Reviews and Awards / Xerox 4112/4127 Copier/Printer Reviews and Awards
  • Customer requests can be met quickly with a broad array of substrates: coated and uncoated, transparencies, DocuMagnets, cards and synthetic media to name just a few. What you print on one machine can be printed on the other.
  • Operation costs are reduced. Customer replaceable units (CRUs) let you maintain your equipment on your own time, while custom paper, registration and decurler profiles ensure every job runs smoothly.
  • Xerox700_Xerox4127_samples
    Because of the potential growth opportunity customers can achieve with Xerox light production digital presses, we have a special going on right now in the United States where XMPie® uDirect Classic software is 67% off with the purchase of a Xerox 700 Digital Color Press. If you are one of the first 100 to agree to meet with a sales representative, you can receive a $25 Lowe’s gift card too!
    And if purchasing a digital press isn’t in the cards for you just yet, you can request a complimentary print sample from the Xerox 700 or Xerox 4127 by just filling out your information.
    With the Xerox 700 and Xerox 4112/4127 combined, you can offer a wide range of specialty media, high-value color and low-cost monochrome printing together. It’s the perfect marriage!

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    5 Comments

    1. David Uno June 16, 2010 - Reply

      We have two 4127s & two 700s and combined with Xerox Service we just love the productivity

      • Lindsay Lamb June 17, 2010 - Reply

        That’s great news David! We always love to hear our customers are happy and successful! What kinds of jobs do you print on your 4127s and 700s?

    2. nyca June 17, 2010 - Reply

      This is nice. Thanks for sharing

    3. Pamela Bradford June 28, 2012 - Reply

      The 700 is the worst machine we have ever had on the floor! Service is in here 1-2x/week and can’t seem to keep it running. It shuts down with multiple repeated error codes and we have just been told that we are just overusing it, that it wasn’t intended to run it as a production machine. Funny, but you advertise it as a “digital press” which is in my book a “production machine”. We have continual poor color and banding issues regardless of the substrate that is being used and it can’t hold registration for more than 5-10 sheets before it has to be stopped and manually adjusted. It is generally 1/8″ + front to back in addition to skewing issues. I wouldn’t recommend this machine to anybody who cares about quality and reliability unless of course they are looking for a good boat anchor or lawn ornament!

      • Joel Basa July 2, 2012 - Reply

        Hi Pamela. We’re really sorry to hear to hear about the issues you’re experiencing with your Xerox 700. A representative from our Customer Relations Group is going to contact you to discuss the service history and how we may help you meet your printing demands. (In fact, you may have a voicemail from her already.) Thanks for contacting us.

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