New OKI printer uses fluro colours

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New OKI printer uses fluro colours

Need eye-catching printed materials? OKI's Pro6410 NeonColor prints with fluorescent effects.

If your business produced a lot of point-of-sale materials or you run a print shop, the OKI Pro6410 NeonColor might be worth a look.

It costs $3,821, but the Pro6410 uses 'neon' versions of the usual cyan, magenta and yellow toners, plus a neon white that is only visible under UV light (and so can be used for security purposes). A black cartridge is optional.

OKI says the ability to create fluorescent effects on either light or dark backgrounds opens "new opportunities in garment and product decoration, personalisation, packaging and proofing, point-of-sale and in-store signage."

The Pro6410 handles media up to A4 and 250gsm, plus banners up to 1320mm. Like other OKI LED printers, it is guaranteed for three years on registration within 30 days of purchase.

"The Pro6410 NeonColor 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."

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