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Xerox iGen3 90/100/110 Digital Production Press Europe Paper and Specialty Media Guide
For your convenience, this guide contains two lists. The Xerox Guaranteed Media List and the non-Xerox Tested Media List.
The Xerox Guaranteed Media List contains Xerox paper and specialty media that has been extensively tested on the Xerox iGen3 90/100/110
Digital Production Press for image quality and performance. All Xerox paper and specialty media on this list are digitally optimized, designed
and manufactured for optimal performance in Xerox digital printing equipment. Our extensive testing and stringent specifications ensure
that we are able to guarantee the performance and consistency of Xerox paper and specialty media. Xerox paper and specialty media are
tested and qualified by Xerox laboratories to guarantee consistent quality.
The Xerox Custom Media List Contains custom media that has been tested on the Xerox iGen3 90/100/110 Digital Production Press for image
quality and performance. Custom media on this list are digitally optimized, designed and manufactured for performance in Xerox digital
printing equipment. Customers should validate the Best Practices for Operation are acceptable for their application. When purchasing a
particular media product for the first time, customers are advised to purchase small quantities to insure that expectations are met.
The Non-Xerox Tested Media List contains non-Xerox branded paper and specialty media. Xerox tested many media products on the Xerox
iGen3 90/100/110 Digital Production Press and based on such testing have published this list of tested media products which may or may
not, at the time of and based upon such testing, meet Xerox performance criteria. No subsequent testing has been done and therefore no
determination can be made as to whether or not such products would currently fail or pass Xerox performance criteria.
Media observations made in this publication are based on tests conducted using standard images with moderate to heavy image area
coverage. Test machines are maintained within specifications defined by user documentation.
This document will be updated regularly to reflect the most current media test results. Suggested machine adjustments as well as best
practices for operation are included where applicable in order to optimize media performance.
Instructions for programming media, including specific attributes, listed in this document but not yet in the Xerox iGen3 90/100/110 Digital
Production Press stock library can be found in the customer training manual or in the "Define New Stock" section of online help.
When using the Xerox DocuSP Controller, all stocks will be automatically connected to color profiles and calibration. To program a stock with
non-default settings, see the DocuSP 3.7 Customer Documentation or the On-Line Help on the DocuSP Color Server: On-Line Help/Color
Management/Using Color Profiles. When using a Creo DFE, color mapping is done using the Paper Stock Color.
Xerox makes no guarantees or warranties, either expressed or implied, concerning the performance, use or replacement of non-Xerox branded media or throughput products. Customers should inquire directly of their paper distributor or
manufacturer for any guarantees they may offer. When purchasing a particular media product for the first time, customers are advised to purchase small quantities to insure their expectations are met. The quality of Xerox supplies is
consistent from ream to ream and is backed by a 100% guarantee. The quality of non-Xerox branded paper may vary from ream to ream or carton to carton, so for optimum performance on Xerox color equipment, use only the best - Xerox
supplies. To learn more about the benefits of using Xerox Supplies, please contact your Supplies Representative.
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