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Dubai, United Arab Emirates - May 20, 2019:  Xerox is announcing a new Ultra Lightweight Stock Printing Kit. With this technology, customers will be able to flip and stack 44 gsm large format paper, marking a first of its kind capability for cut sheet and digital monochrome printing. 

Not only does this open avenues for offset migration, there’s an increasing demand for book applications that require a reduction in weight.
 
This marks the 374th patent Xerox has filed for the Nuvera system (two of them belonging to the new Ultra Lightweight Kit) and speaks to our commitment to giving digital printers another tool in their belts. 

 


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