Xerox® iGen® 5 Press – Advanced Automation brings Quality and Productivity Together

For years, quality and productivity were at odds. You were forced to choose one because achieving both was too difficult and time-consuming. The iGen® 5 Press brings quality and productivity together automatically through advanced automation that unlocks the consistent visual results every one of your customers demands with the productivity your business craves. No trial and error. No manual operator intervention. None of the wasted time that other solutions require. 

The result? Extraordinary CMYK with less labor and waste so you get paid more. 

    iGen5 Front

    Creating your own digital print solution only works when you start with the highest-quality building blocks. From beginning to end, the Xerox® iGen® 5 Press is populated by the most innovative, forward-thinking technology in the industry, creating an ingenious digital press  that is second-to-none. 

    Feeder Module 
    Feeder module (up to six), two paper trays each; load while run; up to 30,000-sheet capacity.  

    Cut-Sheet Format 
    Large digital cut-sheet format, up to 14.33″ x 26″ (364 mm x 660 mm).   
    Optional Extra-Long Sheet (XLS) Capability Extra-long digital cut-sheet format, up to 14.33″ x 35″ (364 mm x 889 mm) for additional application flexibility. 

    Standard or Matte Dry Ink 
    Standard Dry Ink is available in CMYK. The Matte Dry Ink option is ideal for photo-rich applications, particularly those running on uncoated or silk stocks. Available for CMYK and Specialty Dry Inks. 

    Optional 5th Print Station 
    iGen 5 enables you to add Gamut Extension Colors (Orange, Green, and Blue), Xerox® White, Clear, and Fluorescent Yellow Dry Inks as well as MICR to bring differentiating value to digital applications. 

    Auto Carrier Dispense 
    This method of combining Dry Ink and carrier yields consistent color uniformity from the first print to the last and from job to job. With Auto Carrier Dispense, operators no longer have to stop the machine and change the developer, resulting in greater machine availability and productivity.