The OKI Pro6410 NeonColour enables super bright, eye-catching fluorescent designs on light or dark coloured paper stock or transfer media. It opens up new creativity in garment and product decoration, personalisation, packaging and proofing, point-of-sale and in-store signage and education.
“The Pro6410 NeonColour unleashes the creative and commercial potential of print houses and graphic arts businesses,” said Antonio Leone, marketing manager, OKI Data ANZ. “It’s another OKI first, bringing graphics to life with bursts of fluorescent colour across a vast array of media. It’s also a demonstration of OKI’s commitment to innovation, opening up new channels for revenue generation that our dealers and their customers can benefit from."
The printer uses cyan, magenta and yellow neon toner and has a swappable white and black toner that allows it to print solid whites or print over other colours. It will print on A4 media up to 250gsm and in banner lengths of up to 1.32m.
- High definition LED print engine
- Colour speed: 8ppm (transparency mode), 34ppm (plain paper)
- Resolution: 1200x600dpi
- Processor speed: 533Mhz
- RAM: 256MB to 768MB
- Language: PS3
- Input: USB or 10/100 Ethernet
- Host: PC or Mac
- Paper input: (Main Tray + MPT): 300 + 100 (optional tray 2 and 3 as well)
- Max paper weight: 220gsm Tray, 250gsm MPT
- Max paper size: A4
- Dimensions/Weight (HxWxD): 340 x 435 x 546mm x 26KG
- Time to first page: 9 seconds
- Toner life (colour/white): 6,000/4,000 pages
- Warranty: 3 years upon registration
- Neon white toner can be used as a security mark only revealed when checked under black UV light or to provide a white background for transfer to dark substrates
- Capable of 3D effects for eye-catching products at shows or promotions
- Banners, POS barkers and window graphics command attention with vibrant colour
- Prints transfers for fluorescent neon designs on ceramic, plastic and metal, control panels and gauges, window stickers, number plates and car dealer stickers
- Neon is fully supported as a PostScript 3 device by major design programs